How to Be a Person by Shane Koyczan
‘Luggage’ does not represent you
Known as the only Canadian to win the National Poetry Slam, Canadian spoken word poet Shane Koyczan has a way with words. Koyczan has won the CBC Radio Poetry Face-Off and the National Poetry Slam. He’s sold many books, and is set to become a major writer for his generation.
Koyczan has been featured in TED and his poem “To This Day” has become a viral hit. He spoke about his poem on the TED stage. He also explained why he wrote the poem. In addition to this, he released an animated video of the poem on YouTube.
Shane Koyczan is known for his poetry about bullying and eating disorders. He has written about death and beauty as well. He is one of the most promising young writers in the Canadian spoken word community. He is also the first Canadian to win the National Poetry Slam, beating out 250 North American competitors.
His work has been featured in a number of publications, including The Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, and CBC Radio. He has also won the 2004 CBC Radio Poetry Face-Off. He has also written and performed several spoken word pieces about cancer.
‘Luggage’ has welded you into another person
‘Luggage’ has welded you into another person Shane Koyczan’s poem ‘To This Day’ has a lot to say. This is a powerful account of bullying. It is also one of Shane’s most popular poems. It has received more than 20 million views on YouTube. It has received hundreds of positive reviews.
‘To This Day’ was inspired by an incident that occurred to Shane. It is a powerful account of bullying, and a good example of a spoken-word poem. It is also a nice example of Shane’s ability to combine a powerful concept with a unique way to express himself. It is also the reason why Shane decided to write a poem.
The most important thing to know about this poem is that it demonstrates the ability of a writer to inspire a strong emotional response. The poem was written in response to a subtle discouragement. It was also inspired by crowd-animation. The best part about this poem is that it can be read by people of all ages. It can also be used to teach young children about the importance of life interactions.