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About the Author: Naomi Shihab Nye

Naomi Shihab Nye was born to a Palestinian father and an American mother During her high school years, she lived in Ramallah in Jordan, the Old City in Jerusalem, and San Antonio, Texas, where she later received her B.A in English and world religions from Trinity University She is a novelist, poet and songwriter.She currently lives in San Antonio, Texas She was elected a Chancellor of the



10 thoughts on “Time You Let Me In

  1. says:

    Yes poetry I don t like poetry but yes to this even whenthe words grace me with their presence,they don t always choose to step delicately into the world, pink shoestreading softly over the white horizon.usually poetry slops lazily over the couchof a page and dangles while I remove its muddy shoes and rearrange the pillows, all the whilemuttering something about Frost and how maybehis comments against free verse were rightall along poetry in rhyme always cleans upafter itself although honestly, you haven t liveduntil the homeless free verse poem on your couchdecides to stay for a cup of tea and, if you relucky, lets you take notes on everything he says.from invitation by Mackenzie Connellee, in Time You Let Me InThere s a sh t ton of that where this comes from meditations on the last photons from a dying star, the burning feeling of hiding and making out, joyrides and wine coolers, fitting in, learning, rebelling, parents, grandparents, and oh my god breathless love.Here s another little bit as far back as I can rememberwe ve been pissed off,the whole bloodline, just really pissed.from as far back as I can remember by Jonah Ogles, in Time You Let Me InIf you could say Good job in that delighted voice with that big smile you give a two year old who drew you a picture to a teenage or just past teenage poet which you can t, not unless you want to hideously damage him or her , I would say Good job to Lauren Eriks, who wrote I have bed knobs in my hands, portals,doorways I can leap overbuildings, baby, bouncingthrough walls I m free as aracing rubber ball When I get liton the trail of your Camel cigarette,you know I can breakevery bottle, butt, bombshell around.from La Belle Dame Sans Merci by Lauren Eriks, in Time You Let Me In.


  2. says:

    This book includes inspirational poems from young poets under the age of 25 I chose this book because many poems I have been reading can be hard to understand, and I wanted to read good literature, that I could also understand Reading from people near my age gives me a different feel than older poets The poems seem relatable to you since they are written by people who are very much like you One poet whose poems stuck out to me was Nichole Guenther poems One of his poems asks the question Wouldn t it be amazing to be the last bit of light from a collapsed star That to me shows he is a very deep thinker, which makes his poems very creative He also relates his brain to a church From my understanding, he does this because it contains all his beliefs and communions He also has a strong childhood background and has lived in a dugout in a stadium, which may give him a lot of inspiration for his poems I was a little confused to why the title was called Time You Let Me In After thinking about it I think that the meaning is that young poets are underestimated, and this book clearly shows the talent of our future generation and that they should be acknowledged for their talent.


  3. says:

    Genre Poetry, Young AdultRating The poetry included in this collection captures true perspectives of young adults From insights related to loss and grief to love and relationships, the poetry included in this collection is beautifully written and organized.Summary This compilation of poetry from 26 not 25 young authors shares varying voices, perspectives and insights from young writers The central theme of the poetry focuses on the perspective of the young adult The insights and stories included focus on the very experience of living as a young adult.Main Characters Since this text is a collection of different poems and not a story, main characters of a story are not found in this book However, what we do have is 26 characters, writers sharing insights, experiences and stories of the young adult experience.Key Issues Relationships, Choice, LossOther Interesting Information Sections of this text could be used with readers students based on a wide variety of experiences For example, The Falling Man by Tala Abu Rahmeh would be a great poem to use in connection with discussions about September 11th Several other specific poems would provide avenues to use text for conversations about life experiences.


  4. says:

    Some poems were wonderful and would make me laugh out loud or cause my eyes to water or make me appreciate, again, how much I love cultural diversity Some poems made me skip lines or quickly turn the page But that seems to be the way with all poetry books My favorites Photons, by Nicole GuentherPupil, by Brianne CarpenterThe Indexer in Love, by Gray EmersonLarry s Produce, by Michelle BrittanRun, by Henry MilssAs far back as I can remember, by Jonah Ogleskitchen witness, by Emma Shaw CraneLiving with a Bodhisattva Cat Is intimidating, by Margaret Bashaarode to poetry, by Matthew BakerLiving with a Bodhisattva Cat is IntimidatingThe Bodhisattva Cat is, of course, vegan He will not eat the inexpensive dry food I fed my last cat, who was unenlightened.He is morally opposed to hunting,compassionately watches moles skitter across the basement floor.The Bodhisattava Cat meditates for up to eighteen hours a day,gives impromptu dharma talks to squirrels perched on the bird feeder outside my kitchen window.The Bodhisattva Cat has boycotted the 2008 Olympics in Beijing I read about the torch relay on Yahoo News and he looked at his paws.He destroys all my knitting to teach me about impermanence by, Margaret Bashaar


  5. says:

    Darien MundenPoetryThis particular compilation of poems, hand selected by Naomi Shihab Nye,are all poems written by young adult poets As the title suggests all of the poetry in this compilation was written when the poets were all under twenty five years old Most of the poetry is based on actual first hand experiences the poets have had Some of the poems are humorous, like Death and Taxes, by Lauren Espinoza, others are a bit sad, even depressing, like Protons, by Nicole Guenther No matter your taste in poetry there s a little something for everyone in this book I won t go about giving any medals, though The poems are relatively short, the longest only covering about nine or ten stanzas at the most, and the authors themselves, as stated, are not very experienced But if your looking for poetry that can put a smile on your face, help you to recall a distant memory, or even to help you cope with a somewhat frightening experience, these are for you


  6. says:

    Overall, this collection was disappointingly homogenous to me, both stylistically and in terms of the poets it included This isn t representative of what poets under 25 are doing There were a few excellent poems, but they were buried beneath many that read simply like undergrad workshop poems not a lot of risks, but a lot of grandma poems I don t think Nye did a particularly good job as editor, either The order of the poems didn t add anything to the collection, and many of the contributors notes came across as cute, which I don t think was very flattering to the writers, most of whom are still at an age where they re having to fight to be taken seriously as writers.People who don t read a lot of poetry will probably enjoy this, but those who read poetry on a regular basis will wonder what else younger poets are capable of.


  7. says:

    Time You Let Me In by Naomi Shiab Nye inlcudes poets that have all written pieces that have the same general idea of wanting something back from the past or wanting someone to let you in again I enjoyed how all of the poems all had this general idea, but some of the authors I wasn t very interested in I found myself liking a particular poem that is short, but sweet Yellow droplets have fallen to the city from the only sky a leaf has ever known In my mothers garden, stands one such tree gifting her daughters strange name But the Amal taas outside is still bare Wait, Ami says, Ours always blooms last I found that throughout the poems I read my favorites we always the ones that were short but got their point accross I only gave this three stars because there were some authors that I didn t really enjoy.


  8. says:

    As with any collection of poetry, there were some I enjoyed than others Taken as a whole, it was a solid collection I do wonder about it being classified as young adult, though perhaps because all of the authors are under the age of 25 It seemed appropriate for someone in their early twenties than a teenager, but really any age group except the very young could and should read this book.


  9. says:

    This is my new favorite poetry collection It made me cry multiple times and is something that I can see myself reading when I need a reminder that we are human, even if we act like wild animals Some of the poets poems were better than others, but overall it was a fantastic read I highly recommend it if you want something that will warm your heart.


  10. says:

    Nice to hear the voices of young people in this genre, short bios of the authors are included.


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