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Deborah Young's screenplay themes focus on various subjects, i.e., betrayal, admiration, defeat, courage, honor, slavery, abuse, etc.; read Visual Poet's Thirty, 30 Days of National Poetry Month

 

Deborah Young's screenplay manuscripts will soon be available for productions with organizations that value and respect creative subject matter. 

 

                           

 

 

 

Visual Poetry

 

Players Of Valor, The Negro League Baseball Visual Poem

 

Baseball Diamond With Crowd At Home Plate

 

Excerpt:   ...They were all cleverly competitive

Outstanding leaders who blazed trails 

They were players of the Negro Leagues

All dedicated to the sheer enjoyment of the game

They were appreciated, respected

And we are ever so glad, they came...

 

 

Excerpt from Players Of Valor, The Negro League Baseball

Copyright by Deborah Young

A poem honoring the Negro League Baseball players  

 

Learn about the Negro Leagues Baseball at www.nlbm.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Visual Poetry

 

 

   Underground Railroad  Visual Poem 

 

Crowd Gathered On The Railroad To Freedom 

 

Excerpt:   Paved railroad

They stole away, with their broken spirits, towed...

 

 

Copyright by Deborah Young

 

A poem honoring the escape from slavery  

 

An Abbreviated List Of Deborah Young's Screenplays

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Black Pearl screenplay about how a medical emergency hurls a young lady down memory lane

 

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Rhythm, The Rhythm Night Club Story screenplay about the devastating, 1940 Rhythm Night Club fire that rocked the Natchez, Mississippi, African American community.  Approximately two hundred and fifty souls perished as a result of the fire; African American citizens of Natchez, Mississippi and eight of the popular Chicago swing band, Walter Barnes and his Royal Creolians

 

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At Last, Love screenplay about a rejected soul who finally experiences unconditional love and acceptance

 

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George and Agnes screenplay of a riveting story of true love in the midst of slavery, in Natchez, Mississippi during the early 1800s

 

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Forks of the Road screenplay about the selling of human beings at the 1800s Forks of the Road historical site in Natchez, Mississippi; ironically positions Natchez to initiate the platform for national racial healing  

 

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Reality Slumber screenplay about how the HIV, AIDS epidemic jolts a close knit group of urban professionals

 

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Determined screenplay displays how a young female entrepreneur stands tall despite adversity

 

 

 

 

 

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Copyright laws does, protect Deborah Young's works; therefore, they may not be used, copied, distributed, etc., without written, notarized permission from Deborah Young.  Please respect Deborah Young's copyrights so as to avoid swift, costly, legal actions.  Contact Visual Poet