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Episode 1: "A Jelly Fish" by Marianne Moore

GoodPoetry

Read and more GoodPoetry at www.GoodPoetry.org, and listen on Audible, iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Anchor.Fm, iHeart, and GooglePlay Music and connect with us @itsGoodPoetry on Facebook, and Twitter.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Photograph Info:George Platt Lynes - This image is available from the United States Library of Congress's Prints and Photographs division under the digital ID cph.3c01955. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The Poem:A Jelly FishVisible, invisible,A fluctuating charm,An amber-colored amethystInhabits it; your armApproaches, andIt opens andIt closes;You have meantTo catch it,And it shrivels;You abandonYour intent—It opens, and itCloses and youReach for it—The blueSurrounding itGrows cloudy, andIt floats awayFrom you.

2 Jan 2022

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Episode 27: Marianne Moore, Poetry

Poetry For All

In this episode, we read and discuss the influential modernist poet Marianne Moore and her witty, wonderful poem called "Poetry," a classic ars poetica (a poem about writing poetry). This poem has gone through many different editions. We take an earlier, longer version and ask how it participated in the modernist practice of "making it new" in the early 1900s. Marianne Moore was a technical master with widespread influence who was at the very center of American modernism -- friends with William Carlos Williams (see episode 25), Ezra Pound, H.D., and many others, as well as a mentor to Elizabeth Bishop (who we'll have an episode on soon!). An ardent Presbyterian who wore a cape and tri-cornered hat and who carefully curated her public image, Marianne Moore became a sought-after celebrity in her own day. For more on Marianne Moore, see the Poetry Foundation. For the text of "Poetry," see here.Links:Marianne Moore | Poetry FoundationPoetry by Marianne Moore - Poems | Academy of American Poets

21mins

22 Sep 2021

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The New P&L speaks to Marianne Moore, Managing Director & Chair at Justice Studio

The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business

This week’s guest on The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business is the brilliant Marianne Moore, Managing Director & Chair at Justice Studio. Marianne is an entrepreneur and strategy consultant specialised in human rights. She founded the social justice consultancy Justice Studio in 2011 and has worked extensively in the UK and in over 30 countries on criminal, child, and gender justice issues. Marianne is on a mission to de-legitimise the structures and values of traditional business, helping the world to see that a new way is possible.  We discuss with Marianne: · How Justice Studio’s values of ‘compassion, empathy, truth and passion’ underpin the delivery of your work on a daily basis · What businesses could learn from social enterprises in terms of the way they develop and deliver purpose · What a ‘triple bottom line’ approach is · Marianne’s definition of social innovation · The role the social enterprise sector can play in the rebuilding of society and the economy after the pandemic · The characteristics of great leadership in the social enterprise sector · How Justice Studio measures its success · What drives Marianne’s commitment to the social enterprise sector If you would like to learn more about what Marianne and her team at Justice Studio do, please go to Justicestudio.org. To subscribe to all of The New P&L series podcasts and join The New P&L movement, go to: www.principlesandleadership.com Insta: @principlesandleadership--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/principlesandleadership/message

45mins

9 Sep 2021

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Putting purpose and values into consultancy with Marianne Moore, Justice Studio

Make An Impact Podcast

Marianne Moore launched Justice Studio in 2011 after becoming jaded with the values deficit in traditional management consulting. She  wanted to run a business  she'd like to work in: a consultancy where  people's purpose and interests are inflamed rather than dampened down.Justice Studio has worked on projects addressing social, gender, child, criminal and climate justice, plus safeguarding, homelessness,  racism, domestic violence and  international aid. She  "The broader discriminations that people are facing, they all interlock," she says.Its purpose as a social enterprise is to "create global social equality by assisting and challenging organisations, governments and ourselves to be the best we can be." Justice Studio's work has led to policy changes in international aid, as Marianne explains in this episode, which also covers the difference between earning income from intervention and prevention, how Justice Studio measures its impact and future plans.What next?Justice Studio website, LinkedIn profile and twitterHeidi's new book shares everything she knows about impact measurement and management – and how to implement it in your organisation. Order your copy of Impact First – The Social Entrepreneur's Guide to Measuring, Managing and Growing Your Impact at https://www.makeanimpactcic.co.uk/my-book-impact-first

25mins

24 May 2021

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The Human CEO Podcast with Marianne Moore, Managing Director & Chair at Justice Studio

The Human CEO Podcast

Welcome to episode 29 of The Human CEO Podcast! In this episode, we are speaking with Marianne Moore, Managing Director and Chair of Justice Studio, a consultancy that helps organisations promoting social justice to be more effective and demonstrate impact. With over 17 years’ experience in the consulting sector, Marianne has led over 80 consultancy projects in the fields of child justice, criminal justice, safeguarding and gender justice. Enjoy!

24mins

4 May 2021

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April 21, 2021 - "The Pangolin" By Marianne Moore, Read By Ryan Biracree

One Poem a Day Won't Kill You

April 21, 2021 - "The Pangolin" By Marianne Moore, Read By Ryan Biracree by The Desmond-Fish Public Library & The Highlands Current, hosted by Ryan Biracree

6mins

21 Apr 2021

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Jelly-Fish by Marianne Moore

Poem A Day

Jelly-Fish by Marianne Moore --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1min

16 Jan 2021

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Marianne Moore, "The Jerboa"

Into a Monstrous Vermin Transformed

Raymond L. Ditmars, a friend of Marianne Moore, was the curator of the New York Zoological Garden for many years.  Moore said that she learned about the hopping desert rodent, the jerboa, from Ditmars' 1931 book, Strange Animals I have Known; in it, he writes, "There are remarkable forms of adaptation.  There are little rats called jerboas which run on long hind-legs as thin as a match.  The forelimbs are mere tiny hands.  They are fleet and coloured like the sand.  They have a long balancing tail, with decorative pad of black and white fur at the tip.  This tip is, in fact, more than decorative, as the pad is like a little snow-shoe to keep the end from sinking in the sand.  The tail is carried in upward curve when the creatures run.  When they stop it is rested on the ground so that the whole body is little tripod.  The feet have furry pads to prevent their becoming imbedded in the soft sand.  I kept one for several years, not giving it a drop of water.  It fed on dry corn and loved stems of dry grass.  The only moisture it had came from occasional bits of greens, of which it was not over fond."

7mins

10 Nov 2020

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Marianne Moore, "Poetry"

Lyric Life

What more could anyone say about Moore's poetry? Especially about this poem, the bane of Literature 101--and a poem that's too often presented as far simpler than it is. Even the famous "definition" of poetry--"imaginary gardens with real toads in them"--isn't as obvious as it first seems. Join me, Mark Scarbrough, as I work my way through this seductive, elliptical poem by one of the United States' best modernist poets.

26mins

4 Sep 2020

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¿Qué son los años? (Marianne Moore, en la voz de Antonia Zegers)

Orden de traslado

¿Cuál es nuestra inocencia? ¿Cuál nuestra culpa? Todos están desnudos, nadie a salvo. ¿Y de dónde viene el coraje: la pregunta sin respuesta, la duda decidida –que llama muda, sorda escucha– que en la desgracia y en la muerte incluso alienta a los demás y en su derrota insta al alma a que sea fuerte? Ve hondo y es feliz el que consiente a la mortalidad y en ese cautiverio se levanta sobre sí mismo como el mar sobre el abismo, luchando por ser libre e incapaz de serlo, en su renuncia encuentra su vigencia. El de opiniones firmes, así vive. El propio pájaro, que crece con su canto, al erguirse se arma de valor. Aunque está preso, su poderoso canto dice qué humilde es la satisfacción, la alegría, qué pura. Eso es la mortalidad. La eternidad es eso.

1min

2 Sep 2020

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