joy thank u so much for listening to my music and pick up the song that move u im happy i must say thank u so much.the song is about my sister getting married but not in real life as all my sisters are taken as in music reality.i also like listening to the song as at all times when im on this page i listen to that song.god bless u
thank you so much - that is a great stack of information - some for a deep frown, but some for hope also.
I don't consume much television any more these days, and work is challenging recently, so it's good to have some information like that collected.
I'll copy it into the Group-blog "Philo's Freedom Forum" - so It might be part of the framework from which we will be trying to compile a press release here.
Do you also have something we can do for you in return?
I'm really glad we might be able to establish some support - and that we maybe can work out an opportunity to help at least a little bit.
I suggest to post and discuss inside a Sawubona Bloggroup I created - I made it a closed group with members by invitation, so we will be able to discuss and say everything we want, and without unwanted readers or spoilers or direct exposure - until we have enough good material to publish.
Dear Joy Shambula,
With regrets,am sorry to inform you that, due to financial problems,low response,lack of enough sponsors and uncontrollable circumstances on the other side.I'm postponing the event dubbed 1st World Peace Poetry Festival Kenya 2009 up to 19th - 20th of September this year, to pave way to search for more sponsors and give enough time to anyone who would like to attend or participate.Sorry for the inconveniences.Ok Hope Center is at Lavington near Kawangware,just board matatu number 46 of Kawangware and alight at a place called Amboseli Stage then call when you reach there.
Please send this link to many poets you know.
Thanks for your cooperation and God bless you all.
Looking to hear from you soon and your advise are so welcome on this matter.
World Peace Society Club International.
cell phone: 0710442872
*registration fee for international participants/poets 500 US dollars.(including accommodation,meals,tickets to the venue and tour.
*registration fee for local Kenyan participants/poets 1000 Kshs (only for tickets, presentations and soft drinks/snacks)
did you realized that a famous german actress an me read your very impressive poem "Give me". We read it as "call and response" as a MAN and a WOMAN. Thank you for these wonderful words and poem. We hope you like it...............
great! This goes beyond my expectations since Babu once said this mp3 topic might be a kind of a problem to make sure for the region - so the core team initially stepped back from launching that mp3 poems stuff during the contest to keep away participation barriers from those with limited access to appropriate hardware.
How to do it is a question of what device you have. Given the fact that you have a possibility to create and bring you voice to an mp3 (if you own one of those "fashionable" mp3 sticks (I don't...), you might be used to transfer music to it, or copy it back to a computer), So that would be one strategy - creating an mp3 directly on the computer would be another.
The rest is easy indeed: First approach might be - in fact - to put it to your "my Page"- player, use "add music" on the left and select your mp3 from the directory where you dropped it. => A few (more) minutes later (deeply depends on the connection-type and -quality to the internet), you'll give it a name / despription and your mp3 is on your "My-Page" and we all can enJOY it - wordwide.
Later, if you like to join collaboration, you might upload it to "Music Factory" in a similar way; esp. for poems there will be a special subsection where to put them, so they will all be easy to find. We all can download these poems files then, and maybe try to add some background athmospheres, or even music.
You will see how I cut Ouma's spoken lines into my new "Groove-Demo" to cling voice to music - that's what everyone can do even with free-of-cost software. But that's another story.
Yet I heard they are working on a "poems player" in contrast to its music pendent - so even passers-by will have easy access to your / our poem work, if we record it.
So let your inspiration morph to sound, and take us away to your country, to your life, to your wishes, to your dreams.....
Am well, and yes i can do some recording using my mobile device the convert that into an mp3 file will this be ok?....and how do i add that to the site?do i use the add music button on the left pane?
Yeah Jacob am still here at sawubona but i have been busy with chumba's launch that is why i have been away from the net. Otherwise i will try my best to come over on Thursday thou i have classes all evenings.Ciao
I guess you are still here in sawubona.Am sorry i missed 'Chumba' launch by yo friend,was kinda commited.What are u up to?Are you voting on sawubona?How many poems did you enter for the competition.We have 'Afro-orientel poetry bash' on thursday sep 11th at the kenya national theatre,and i will be performing,care to show up?It starts at 5.30 in the evening.BEST.