Poems about michael jackson life

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Dancing the Dream by Michael Jackson

Dancing The Dream by Michael Jackson is the most divine, beatific collection of poetry that I have ever read. This book is perfect for reading to children because the poetry is caring, powerful and perennial. Some of my favourite poems are Planet Earth and Child Of Innocence.

Child Of Innocence speaks about the purity and exclusive nature of childhood. It really places emphasis on the significance of enjoying the blissfulness of youth, and the importance of letting children be children. This poem would be thoroughly enjoyed by EYFS as the words are very easy to understand, and it flows very poetically. It really touches your heart because the passion comes through in the words, and you feel as though the poem is speaking to you personally. It is extremely amiable, and I think this is important when getting children to try and write their own poetry; try and move people in some way, or get them to feel something. There are a number of poems to choose from, and each of them are equally positive about life and the world that we live in. I read a lovely review of this book which said, Every single work is filled with the joy of life and is a true inspiration.

Another one of my favourite poems in this book is Planet Earth. Planet Earth speaks about the universe as a special place that is our home. One would assume that we all like to treat our home with care, and respect, and we should therefore adopt this attitude to the universe. Years and years from now we want humankind to be able to enjoy the beauties that we have enjoyed, here on earth. If we want this to happen then we need to start caring a little bit more about the world.

There is an ongoing theme of care and emotion and it really inspires anyone that has a heart. I remember when I read this collection of poetry that it really inspired me to write some poetry. If I can be inspired to try my hand at poetry, then I am sure many other young people could also be inspired. I have enclosed a poem that I wrote, which was truly inspired by Dancing The Dream and the elicitation that sometimes it is good to celebrate what is different, because ultimately, the world would be a boring place if we were all the same. It speaks about being a ‘misfit’ and my renunciation of any kind of animosity that one may experience for being different. The message is that ignorance tends to be manifested in those that lack knowledge, and if you have knowledge, then you have the upper hand to these shallow minded people.

Here is the poem I wrote:

Child Of Euphoria

Who is this child? People failed to understand him
Some thought him stupid, some thought him dim
There is a strange sparkle in his eye that catches your attention
Anyone who sees, will never fail to mention
He inspires and eats you whole
He wants your un-sheltered soul
This child is definitely peculiar, they said
Eventually the news began to spread
That when he rises and he glows
Nobody knows
His inner strength gives him power
Defiant as a tower
His invincible mind conquers all
His hope will not fall
Dont try to steal his shine
For this is what makes him so divine
Think of him every day
For this is the only way
You can imitate the epitome of man
So do what you can
For he is the one we must obey
Dont let your mind sway
For you must radiate goodness and love
That special thing, lining the sky above

How can a pair of eyes be so innocent and pure?
They must be god sent for sure
If you dont care for him, he cares not for you
For he cuts, bruises, and bleeds too
Remember him in everything you see
For he is all you want to be
Look at him and stare
It makes your soul bare
Unless you absorb his passion
But do this with compassion
For he was not always this strong
His life was once all wrong
So dont rain on his parade
Instead let your sadness fade
Open up your mind
And look what you find
Something new and exclusive
Make your physical self allusive

United we stand, united we fall
The Magical child is inside us all
He rattles and bangs to break free
Like a desperate plea
So release the child now
Dont raise a brow
Listen to what he has to say
Dont let your mind go astray

Mysterious, enchanting, and magical is thee
And who is he?
He is everyone that wants to embody their spirit
For this is something we all inherit
But for some of us it gets lost
And our morality tossed

Look at his gaze
It never fails to amaze
He is truly heaven sent
Now is the time for us to repent
Find your inner childs heart
And from it, never depart
For it will immortalise your youth
This is the eternal truth
Spoken for the wise ears only
The happy, sad, and lonely
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Michael Joseph Jackson August 29, — June 25, was an American singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer, and actor. Called the King of Pop, his contributions to music, dance and fashion along with his publicized personal life made him a global figure in popular culture for over four decades. The eighth child of the Jackson family, Michael made his professional debut in with his elder brothers Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, and Marlon as a member of the Jackson 5, and began his solo career in In the early s, Jackson became a dominant figure in popular music. His music videos, including those of "Beat It", "Billie Jean", and

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A poem written by the "King of Pop" and carved into some sort of tombstone-looking thing will be auctioned off next month along with a slew of other property from Jackson's Neverland Ranch. The five-day auction, which is expected to bring in more than three million dollars, will also feature the gates to Neverland, some MTV awards, and a pair of jewel-encrusted socks. But I doubt that anything will be as disturbingly symbolic of Jackson's recent years as the poem. What would Michael Jackson write a poem about? Children, of course. And if you're starting to get that uncomfortable feeling in the back of your mind, you'd be right. Here's the opening of "Children of the World.

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