Daily Archives: June 3, 2016

DEEP SORROW | #FREEVERSE

DEEP SORROW

deep sorrow

 

A deep sorrow,
Follows me dearly,
Clearly I can’t see,
But strongly I feel,
Pain,
A life loss,
Can’t turn back time,
Time loss,
Every moment now magnified,
A high I get,
When I think about what was,
Who was,
Where we was,
Love,
An emotion deep amongst all,
Death,
Second place,
I am sorry to hear of your loss,
Hope your sorrows will mend.

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Written by: Jixi Fox
Copyrighted 2016 :  Jixi Fox

Source Image: Google Images
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Three Ebooks to Spark Creativity and Grow Traffic

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At WordPress.com our raison d’être is to do everything we can to help you make your blog the very best it can be. Over at The Daily Post we’ve got daily writing prompts to give your muse a friendly nudge, we publish articles on how to grow your traffic and community, as well as tips and advice on how to take great photos, no matter which gear you choose.

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Field Notes: Grow Leadership Academy 2016

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Automatticians, the people who build WordPress.com, participate in events and projects around the world every day. Periodically, they report back on the exciting things they do in the community. This week, we share our experience at the Grow Leadership Academy.

On May 24th and 26th, Hugh Lashbrooke (WP community manager), Gareth Allison (WooCommerce marketing designer), and Job Thomas (WooCommerce education lead) visited Athlone, near Cape Town, South Africa to teach a module in the Grow Leadership Academy.

The Grow Leadership Academy was initiated in 2011 by WooThemes, RLabs, Silulo, Webgrowth, and the GivenGain Foundation in Cape Town, South Africa. The Academy trains high school graduates in challenging environments to help them enter a difficult job market.

Growing the Grow Academy

In less than five years, over 550 youth have graduated. Graduates have made over 500 job applications and started close to 40 businesses.

Starting with a one-week “bootcamp”…

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