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Title:DESIDERATA by Max Ehrmann (Powerful Poetry)

A Message from BlueMoon Inspiration Thanks for coming to this new channel. The aim is to bring each word to life for you, through unique and original content creation. For the best listening experience, it is recommended to use ear/headphones. I sincerely hope that these videos give you inspiration and motivation. Introduction "Desiderata" (Latin: "things desired") is a 1927 prose poem by the American writer Max Ehrmann. The text was widely distributed in poster form in the 1960s and 1970s. Max Ehrmann of Terre Haute, Indiana started writing the work in 1921, but he did not assign it a title. He registered for his U.S. copyright in 1927 using the poem's first phrase as its title. The April 5, 1933 issue of Michigan Tradesman magazine published the full, original text on its cover, crediting Ehrmann as its author. In 1933, he distributed the poem in the form of a Christmas card, now officially titled "Desiderata." Psychiatrist Merrill Moore distributed more than 1,000 unattributed copies to his patients and soldiers during World War II. After Ehrmann died in 1945, his widow published the work in 1948 in The Poems of Max Ehrmann. The 1948 version was in the form of one long prose paragraph, so earlier and later versions were presumably also in that form. BlueMoon's Thoughts This poem is somewhat similar to "If" in the way it gives life advice. Personally, I find the life advice in this poem to be better than in "IF," and of course this poem is also generic for anyone, and not just for a “son,” giving it a broader based audience. Acknowledgements Each video requires a substantial team effort to make. We would like to thank our voice over actor, Shane Morris, who tirelessly strives to deliver these words in a manner like no other. A special thanks to our graphic design artist, Cristina Santana for all her effort and helping bring the scene to life through AI generated images. Copyright Both the graphics and voiceover in this video are original pieces of work and the poem is in the public domain. The music you hear is from Scott Buckley and can be found here: 'The Things That Keep Us Here' by Scott Buckley - released under CC-BY 4.0. #desiderata #powerfulvideo #englishpoems #powerfullifepoetry #motivationalpoem


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