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GUYANA: A Song to Behold – 23 Poems – By Dmitri Allicock

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MERRY CHRISTMAS – 12 Poems – By Dmitri Allicock + Video


A Season to Reflect – By Dmitri Allicock + GUYANA “Life at its Purest” – video



By Dmitri Allicock

As we celebrates Christmas and the New Year

In our hearts we should think of those not here

To lose, we must remember that we’re not alone

This special moment in time to reflect is the tone

A time to think of this journey of fun and pain  

A season to give thanks for the sun and the rain

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THIS IS MY GUYANA – 21 Poems – By Dmitri Allicock

21 poems


 21 Poems 

By Dmitri Allicock

My Beautiful Guyana such a sweet name to me
Sea of Green and Lush Scenery
Magnificent Birds overlook foaming tide
Golden Tamarin Monkeys scamper and hide
Rushing Rapids and Tumbling Falls aloud
Land of history that makes us proud
O sweet Guyana, land of many faces

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The Amazing iPad Magician – video

The Amazing iPad Magician

Published on Feb 18, 2015

Simon Pierro brought a magic iPad with him and wowed Ellen’s audience right along with Ellen!

15 POEMS OF GUYANA – By Dmitri Allicock

15 poems


By Dmitri Allicock



 So beautiful an evening, calm and free

Ladies and Gentlemen, relishing the sea

Kind breeze tempers air of tropical sun

Cool and pleasant reprieve, day is done    Continue reading

Meet the Caribbean beauties vying for the Miss Universe Crown 2015


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Meet the Caribbean beauties vying for the Miss Universe Crown 2015

 News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Jan. 23, 2015: Several Caribbean beauties are among those vying for the title of Miss Universe as the 63rd Annual Pageant gets underway in Doral-Miami this weekend, January 25th, on NBC.

 Read more:  http://www.newsamericasnow.com/meet-the-caribbean-beauties-vying-for-the-2015-miss-universe-crown/?utm_source=NANjan232015&utm_campaign=nan&utm_medium=email

Published on Jan 22 2015 // Aruba,  British Virgin Islands,  Curacao, Dominican Republic,   Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Puerto Rico,  St. Lucia,  Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos


Cricket: West Indies win Twenty20 Final against Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka v West Indies, Final, World Twenty20, Colombo

Samuels, Sammy give West Indies first world title since 1979

The Report by Sidharth Monga – October 7, 2012  Comments: 80 | size: A | A

West Indies 137 for 6 (Samuels 78, Sammy 26, Mendis 4-12) beat Sri Lanka 101 (Jayawardene 31, Kulasekara 26, Narine 3-9, Sammy 2-6) by 36 runs
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details

Marlon Samuels smashed 78 off 56 balls, Sri Lanka v West Indies, final, World Twenty20, Colombo, October 7, 2012

Marlon Samuels played a blinder to turn an embarrassment into a party © Associated Press
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Series/Tournaments: ICC World Twenty20

Flair. Calypso. Frontrunners. Millionaires. Gold chains. Chris Gayle. No, no, no, no, no and no. West Indies’ first World Twenty20 win was more digging in, refusing to give up, running and fielding like their life depended on this match, stunning the home crowd, and pulling off one of the most amazing turnarounds in Twenty20 history, especially given the stage. Flair came from one the most eye-pleasing batsmen going around.

There’s no need to add “one of the” here, because Marlon Samuels played simply the best Twenty20 international innings ever seen when West Indies were down and the count had reached about eight. A feedbacker to Cricinfo’s ball-by-ball commentary asked if Samuels’ 78 was the 281 of Twenty20 cricket. Continue reading

The Beatles: “Imagine” – “Let It Be” – “Hey Jude” – 3 videos

“Imagine” – John Lennon

The Beatles –  “Let It Be”  Continue reading

Melanie Fiona – Gone And Never Coming Back – video

Melanie Fiona- parents are Guyanese

Melanie Fiona Hallim was born on July 4, 1983, in Toronto, Canada.[3][4] She is the daughter and second child of Guyanese immigrant parents, who immigrated to Canada in the late 1970s.[3][5] Her parents are of AfricanIndian, and Portuguese descent.[1] Her father was a janitor before working in finance, and her mother worked in banking.[3] Hallim began writing songs at age 16.[6] Living in a music filled household, Hallim says she always knew music was her passion. Her father was a guitarist in a band and would allow her to sit on the stage when she was younger as he practiced, and remembers her mother playing music at home; from The Ronettes to Whitney Houston.             Continue reading

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