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For my creative piece I was wanted to write a poem My inspiration for this task was tropicalism Webster defines tropical as Of relating to the characteristic of a region Tropicalism in Brazil is The idea to take the Brazilian values the trashy ones as well as the good ones the ugly ones as well as the beautiful ones and incorporate them into its art In attempting to write this poem I wanted to bring up five aspects of Brazilian culture Using the Tropicalism take on this poem to illustrate the good of the country I focused on family structure and the issue of race to illustrate the badugly values of the country I wrote about the methods used in colonization for the beautiful aspects of the Brazilian I used the carnivals that are popular in Brazilian culture My sources of information were a Brazilian Popular Music web site httpwwwmaria-brazilorgmpb1htm movies The House of the Spirits and Black Orpheus and the American encyclopedia We can unite and beat our oppositionWe must stand until our children have better landSo join me and stand for what is rightIf I had my way life would be just fineBut the world is too cold and it makes me cry and turning my back but we have worked to hardWe out number the enemy so lets be wise and start a revolutionBecause a real man will die fightingSo stand stand stand and we will own better landAnd we struggled with the dictatorship of our early daysBut not till the point we are drunk and forget theeLets use the energy we have for carnival Men lets be men and women lets be womenpreto to the pardo and the mulatto and the whiteOur work is not done until we forget what it means to be poorAnd everyone obese with love and affection and security
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