Tag archives: poem

Grad Uses Poetry to Thank Parents
By Scott Craig   |   June 20, 2023

Recent Westmont graduate Kimberly Quezada Carrillo, president of the college’s first-generation club, penned a poem to thank her parents, Manuel and Maria. The Light of your Eyes I am The Light of your eyes,To which you let dream of everything that is great.You made me an ambitious person,And you taught me the most valuable thing.Your […]

A Bold Take on the Iliad
By Steven Libowitz   |   April 7, 2021

In a COVID coincidence, the second weekend of the school’s zany take on Greek myth cozies up to a more serious – and perhaps even more ambitious – approach to some of the same material in the Ensemble Theatre Company’s live stream of the one-man show, An Iliad. The work is crafted around the stories […]

Stanzas of Sojourns
By Steven Libowitz   |   August 16, 2018

Santa Barbara poet Daniel Thomas celebrates the recent publication of his first collection of poems, Deep Pockets, with a second reading of works from the book at 7 pm next Thursday, August 23, at Chaucer’s. The book traverses Thomas’s path from snowy Minnesota to lush Southern California, where he moved in 2015 to work at […]