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Poem of the Day
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Great classic and contemporary poems read by poets and actors, delivered every day.
 
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Poem Talk
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Kelly Writers House impresario Al Filreis leads a lively roundtable discussion of a single poem with a series of rotating guests including Linh Dinh, Randall Couch, Jessica Lowenthal, Charles Bernstein, Rachel Blau DuPlessis, erica kaufman, and others.
 
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Poem Podcast from the Poetry Translation Centre
 
The Poetry Translation Centre is dedicated to translating contemporary poetry from Africa, Asia and Latin America. Each week we bring you a new poem podcast from one of the world's greatest living poets, in both the original language and in English translation. To find out more about our work, please visit www.poetrytranslation.org. The Poetry Translation Centre is funded by Arts Council England.
 
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POEM of the Week Podcast
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Each week, Dr. Mark Ebell, POEMs Editor, joins Dr. Michael Wilkes, NPR correspondent and Vice-Dean of the UC-Davis Medical School, for a five minute discussion about an important recent medical study reviewed by the POEMs editors. POEMs provide synopsised reviews of studies that could affect a clinician's practice, and the discussion in this podcast provides additional depth and insight into the issue covered by the POEMs synopsis. More about POEMs and it's companion point-of-care search too ...
 
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Poem of the Day
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Great classic and contemporary poems read by poets and actors, delivered every day.
 
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Poems Every Child Should Know by Unknown
 
A treasure trove of more than two hundred poems, this gem of an anthology compiled by Mary E Burt is indeed a most valuable set of poems to read or listen to. Published in 1904, Poems Every Child Should Know contains some well-loved verses like Thomas Gray's Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard, Lewis Carroll's delightful parody Father William, Felicia Hemans' deeply-moving Casablanca and other favorites. It also has lesser-known but equally beautiful pieces like Henry Wadsworth Longfellow' ...
 
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Edgar Allan Poe Poems by Edgar Allan Poe
 
Best known for his scary tales, mystery and detective stories and imaginative fantasy stories, Edgar Allan Poe was also a gifted poet. He wrote more than 70 poems and almost all of them have been widely appreciated by readers and critics alike. This collection contains some of his most famous ones, including the immortal Raven, which combines a sense of doom and nameless despair. With its ringing, alliterative and repetitive lines and strange, supernatural atmosphere, it remains one of Poe's ...
 
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Selected Poems by Robert Frost
 
“Good fences make good neighbors...” If, as a reader, this is one line you do remember, then the poet Robert Frost would have fulfilled his purpose. The highest goal of a poet, he claimed, was to “lodge a few poems where they would be hard to get rid of...” Unforgettable lines and indelible memories are connected with our encounters with America's best-loved and most popular poet. His wonderful pictures of rural life and the deeply philosophical insights they offer remain with us long after ...
 
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Poems Out Loud
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Poems Out Loud brings you award-winning poets reading their work. For poetry news and columns visit PoemsOutLoud.net.
 
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Poem of the Day
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Great classic and contemporary poems read by poets and actors, delivered every day.
 
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Classic FM Love Poems
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It's the month of love! Classic FM brings you Shakespeare, Blake, Keats, Marlow and plenty more. Download a classic love poem every day in the month of February.
 
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Poems of William Blake by William Blake
 
Songs of Innocence and of Experience: Shewing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul are two books of poetry by the English poet and painter, William Blake. Although Songs of Innocence was first published by itself in 1789, it is believed that Songs of Experience has always been published in conjunction with Innocence since its completion in 1794. Songs of Innocence mainly consists of poems describing the innocence and joy of the natural world, advocating free love and a closer relationsh ...
 
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Long Poems Collection by Various
 
Long Poems Collection 1: a collection of 5 public-domain poems longer than 5 minutes in length.
 
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Children's Poems
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New podcast weblog
 
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VOICEMAIL POEMS
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Poetry via voicemail. Missed calls you need to hear.Open submissions accepted.Guidelines at http://voicemailpoems.org
 
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Response Poem
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kevin rodriguez
 
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37 American Poems by Various
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Here are 37 distinctively American poems, covering the mid-17th – early 20th Centuries, from Anne Bradstreet to Dorothy Parker’s sole PD work.
 
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Tone Poem
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Sponsored by MusicalOverture.com, Tone Poem is a series of podcasts of new music, presented by Terry Lowry, with works from the standard repertoire added from time to time. For more, visit www.musicaloverture.com/videos/by/TerryLowry
 
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Poem of The Day
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A daily dose of poetry to enrich your day. Please send suggested readings to poem@sonibyte.com. Powered by SoniByte.
 
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Poems for People who HATE Poetry
 
Poetry can't solve all your problems, but it can help you feel better about them. To lead a full life requires more than specialization in productive work. Truly, even being great in a specialized field requires one important perspective that many engineers, business-operators, salespeople, marketers and all those in the "hard-sciences" lack—cross disciplinary thinking. It is wonderful if you can break apart and put back together a transistor, but equally wondrous is the workings of poetry a ...
 
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Miscellaneous Poe: Poems and Short Stories by POE, Edgar Allan
 
Come and hear some of the wonderful, magical, fantastic and macabre works of the inestimable Edgar Allan Poe. This collection contains the world famous poems Annabel Lee, The Bells, Eldorado and The Raven. Also included is his masterful short story, the horror classic The Tell-Tale Heart. Poe's vocabulary and ability to rhyme and 'turn a phrase' have made him one of the most celebrated and well regarded writers of all time! (Summary by TimoleonWash)
 
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POEM of the Week Podcast
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Each week, Dr. Mark Ebell, POEMs Editor, joins Dr. Michael Wilkes, NPR correspondent and Vice-Dean of the UC-Davis Medical School, for a five minute discussion about an important recent medical study reviewed by the POEMs editors. POEMs provide synopsised reviews of studies that could affect a clinician's practice, and the discussion in this podcast provides additional depth and insight into the issue covered by the POEMs synopsis. More about POEMs and it's companion point-of-care search too ...
 
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Poems for the People
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Readings of poems classical and contemporary, selected and performed by Mischa Willett, author of PHASES.
 
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Paper Cup Thoughts: Short Stories and Poems
 
Short stories and poems written by Lauren Martens.
 
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Some Poems of Shakespeare by SHAKESPEARE, William
 
A selection of Shakespeare's poems from The Oxford Book of English Verse: 1250–1900. (Summary by Clarica)
 
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Long Poems Collection 002 by VARIOUS
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Librivox’s Long Poems Collection 002: a collection of 7 public-domain poems longer than 5 minutes in length.
 
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Poems Read by Jeff
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Poems Read by Jeff is the podcast in which you will here poems read by Jeff. There will also be discussions of the poets and of the poems themselves by a regular guy - not a poetry snob.
 
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Poème
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Love and words
 
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Misfits poems
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A selection of poems written and read by attendees of the Misfits Theatre poetry workshop.
 
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Poems by FRENCH, Nora May
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Nora May French was a Californian poet and a member of the bohemian literary circles of the Carmel Arts and Crafts Club, which flourished after the Great San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906. She gained minor recognition, but no financial stability, through local magazines. Published posthumously by friends in 1910, four years after French's suicide, Poems by Nora May French was the first and only compilation of her works until 2009. Although many of her poems celebrate the serenity of ...
 
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Star-Treader and Other Poems, The by SMITH, Clark Ashton
 
Clark Ashton Smith, referred to as one of the big three of Weird Tales, was a romantic-style poet, a Lovecraftian-style writer and a literary friend of H.P Lovecraft. As a poet, he was considered one of the last great West Coast Romantics. The Star-Treader and Other Poems, published at the age of 19, was his first volume of poetry and his breakout hit. Summary by Mary Kay. Cast List for The Masque of the Forsaken Gods: Narrator and Aphrodite: Mary Kay The Poet: Lucretia B. The Philosopher, A ...
 
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Selected Poems of Emily Dickinson by DICKINSON, Emily
 
Emily Dickinson has come to be regarded as one of the quintessential poets of 19th century America. A very private poet with a very quiet and reclusive life, her poetry was published posthumously and immediately found a wide audience. While she echoed the romantic natural themes of her times, her style was much more free and irregular, causing many to criticize her and editors to "correct" her. In the early 20th century, when poetic style had become much looser, new audiences learned to appr ...
 
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War Poems of Siegfried Sassoon, The by SASSOON, Siegfried
 
Siegfried Sassoon was one of the first to write poetry about the brutal reality of war, based on his real-life experiences in the trenches. He served in World War I on the Western Front and was awarded the Military Cross for bravery under fire. However, he later became a convicted pacifist, threw his Military Cross into the Mersey river, and continued to write and publish poems and political statements against the war. His poems capture the despair he felt towards the war overall, and he pai ...
 
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Wedding Poems by Unknown
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In honor of Kristin and Corey’s wedding (April 2006) we’ve recorded a selection of wedding-themed poems. Congratulations, you two!
 
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Mike and Scott Read a Poem
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Two non-poetry expert read a Shakespearean sonnet, analyze it in real time, then check the Internet to discover expert interpretations. This show will probably not make you smarter. But you never know.
 
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Poems 1817 by KEATS, John
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Early poems of this famous English lyric poet, in which he openly expresses indebtedness to, and reverence for, his poetic predecessors, especially Spenser, into whose chivalric world he boldly ventures; and also for Milton, and the classic poets. There are also glimpses of his personal, family and political relationships. These poems are of medium length and often pastoral and contemplative in nature with many classical references. His lyric genius and love for humanity are clearly displaye ...
 
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Wessex Poems by HARDY, Thomas
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A collection of poetry by Thomas Hardy, some of which were previously published or adapted into his prose works. - Summary by Libby Gohn
 
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Poems by CHESTERTON, G. K.
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Originally published in 1916, this book of poetry by G.K. Chesterton includes 59 poems on a variety of subjects. Included in this are war poems, love poems, religious poems, ballades and more (Summary by Maria Therese)
 
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Selected Poems of John Clare by John Clare
 
John Clare (1793 – 1864) was a farm labourer in the village of Helpstone, Northamptonshire, who became arguably England’s greatest nature poet. He rose to fame when his ‘Poems Descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery’ was published in 1820. His language preserves many local dialect words in a mixture of classical forms and heart-felt love of country life and nature. The poems in this collection are from his early career, and are largely free of pointers to his later mental illness.
 
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Classic Poetry Aloud
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Classic Poetry Aloud gives voice to poetry through podcast recordings of the great poems of the past. Our library of poems is intended as a resource for anyone interested in reading and listening to poetry. For us, it's all about the listening, and how hearing a poem can make it more accessible, as well as heightening its emotional impact.See more at: www.classicpoetryaloud.com
 
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Nallikayi Podcast: All new Kannada Podcast by a bunch of regular Kannada bloggers. Find experiences, stories, poems and more here.
 
Nallikayi Podcast is a Kannada podcast by a bunch of regular Kannada bloggers. Find experiences, stories, poems and more here.
 
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Selected Poems of Robert Frost by FROST, Robert
 
Robert Frost, who lived from March 26, 1874 to January 29, 1963, was a winner of 4 Pulitzer prizes and one of America’s best loved poets. This selection of his poems is a short walk through the variety of his simplistic natural themes and complex social understandings. (Summary by Becky Miller, Canal Winchester, Ohio)
 
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Poems from the Divan of Hafiz by HAFIZ
 
Hafiz was a Persian poet. His collected works (Divan) are regarded as a pinnacle of Persian literature. While influenced by Islam, his mystical works are highly regarded by Hindus, Christians and others, and his influence extends to several well-known writers such as Thoreau, Goethe, and Ralph Waldo Emerson. This modest collection of 43 poems is translated by Gertrude Bell. - Summary by Kevin Davidson and the Wikipedia
 
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Response poem
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Collected Poems 1901-1918 by DE LA MARE, Walter
 
Early poems written by Walter de la Mare. de la Mare is best remembered for his works for children. This collection includes: Poems: 1906 The Listeners: 1914 Motley: 1918 Songs of Childhood: 1901 (Summary by MaryAnn)
 
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Nocturne of Remembered Spring, and Other Poems by AIKEN, Conrad
 
Written at the height of the Great War, the poems of this volume are suffused with a sense of melancholy and tragedy. Some of the poems (such as "1915: The Trenches") speak directly of war-time scenes and images, but even those which don't do so are permeated with a feeling of loss and desolation occasioned by the War. In spite of this pervading pathos, however, these poems are also filled with haunting beauty of imagery, drawn as Aiken so often does from natural images of wind, sea, and wea ...
 
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Life: Poem XXI A Book by DICKINSON, Emily
 
Poem XXI: "A Book", read by the wonderful podcasters at the Podcasters Across Borders 2006 conference, in Kingston, Ontario, June 23-24, 2006. Readers: 1: Andy Doan 2: Arthur Masters 3: Bob Goyetche 4: Ben Kenney 5: Bruce Murray 6: Betty Rock 7: Cat 8: Cathi Bond 9: Craig Newell 10: Charlotte Scott 11: Dave Delaney 12: Matt 13: Dan Meisner 14: David Newland 15: Evan Thornton 16: Hugh McGuire 17: Isabelle Michaud 18: Joe Chisholm 19: John Bignell 20: Jay Moonah 21: Julien Smith 22: Krash Coar ...
 
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Raven and Other Poems, The by POE, Edgar Allan
 
"Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary, Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore—While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping, As of some one gently rapping — rapping at my chamber door. "Tis some visitor," I muttered, "tapping at my chamber door — Only this and nothing more."". Those sonorous and somber words of Edgar Allan Poe that begin The Raven are part of most everyone's fond educational memories. Beautiful and haunting to hear an ...
 
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Poems of Giacomo Leopardi, The by LEOPARDI, Giacomo
 
This is a volume of poems by Giacomo Leopardi. - Summary by Carolin
 
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Double: A Petersburg Poem, The by DOSTOYEVSKY, Fyodor
 
This is the story of a mild-mannered civil servant, Mr. Golyadkin, who begins to see his "doppelganger" appearing in his life (at work, in society, etc). This "double" has all the qualities that the protagonist lacks. His "double" bullies and persecutes him, slowly taking his place in the world. As the story progresses what could have been a true "double" is revealed to the reader as being Mr. Golyadkin's own mind splitting from reality. It is a haunting and tragic tale. (Summary by Greg Gio ...
 
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Although we are releasing this in January, Jason and I had the idea to do this episode right after General Conference in October. So many talks referenced President Monson’s April 2017 challenge to read the Book of Mormon every day, and we thought it would be fitting to see how people responded to the call. We listened to the talks, prepared ou ...…
 
Although we are releasing this in January, Jason and I had the idea to do this episode right after General Conference in October. So many talks referenced President Monson’s April 2017 challenge to read the Book of Mormon every day, and we thought it would be fitting to see how people responded to the call. We listened to the talks, prepared ou ...…
 
Amongst Nepal’s western Himalaya mountains comes poems about donkey trains hauling supplies, buffalos giving milk, porters hauling excess for misguided dreamers, monks with timeless chants, sunrise over mighty peaks, prayer wheels alongside trails to evoke the feeling of clambering along ancient stone paths shared with goats and farmers growing ...…
 
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Poems from Here with Maine Poet Laureate Stuart Kestenbaum
 
Today’s poem is “Russell in the Road” by Wesley McNair. Wes is the author of ten books of poems, most recently The Unfastening and he’s currently professor emeritus and Writer in Residence at the University of Maine Farmington, where he directed the creative writing program for many years.By jwoodward@mainepublic.org (Jonathan Woodward).
 
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Conrad's Corner: Poetry From Southwestern Ohio
 
Lori Gravley reads her poem "In Winter"By cb45cb@gmail.com (Conrad Balliet).
 
Amani Olugbala/ Amani O+Poet & Emcee is a storyteller who weaves music, film, speech and poem into art that addresses social injustice, honors the ancestors and inspires transformation. Amani strives to uplift and promote love & service as necessary acts of rebellion against isolation and disconnection that threatens our collective peac ...…
 
David wrote poems sober, Tom wrote some drunk and Mike wrote his on NyQuil. Then guests, Siraj and Cornelius read the poems aloud and tried to guess which poems were written sober, drunk or on NyQuil. We're talking haiku, Shakespearean sonnets and poems dedicated to the Philadelphia Eagles!.
 
Despite the number of guidebooks and travel articles that has been written about Patagonia, every journey in this fabulous but distant place has a story to tell.Mine explores the beautiful and rough landscapes of southern Chile and Argentina. Shot in almost 3 weeks while travelling from Ushuaia to El Chalten, from Tierra del Fuego to Torres del ...…
 
In this episode we look at the Green Moray Eel and hear a new segment added to the "Visit the Zoo Podcast," Zoo Spotlight. We listen to a fascinating and throrough description of The Virginia Zoo (virginiazoo.org) in Norfolk, Virginia. We also hear our weekly mystery animal sounds and learn a bit about those mystery animals as well as listen to ...…
 
"If You Want" If You Want, the Virgin will come walking down the road pregnant with the holy, and say, “I need shelter for the night, please take me inside your heart, my time is so close.” Then, under the roof of your soul, you will witness the sublime intimacy, the divine, the Christ taking birth... (from the Love Poems from God: Twelve Sacre ...…
 
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Sean Poet Speaks
 
Two poems on a cold night
 
Hip-Hop artist Ty Brasel talks with Kwon Five-Nine on SPEAKLIFE Radio: New Music Friday about his new music releases, signing to a label, changing up the music he’s listening to, and a lot more. Also we play new music from Eshon Burgundy, Ty Brasel, Armond Wakeup, Angie Rose, Imperial feat. Sareem Poems and Sojourn, and more. Tune in live: Frid ...…
 
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The Motivation Report
 
A spoken word poem for our commander in chief.By Will Sterling.
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Jeff Dolven teaches poetry and poetics at Princeton University. He is the author of two books of criticism, Senses of Style (2018) and Scenes of Instruction (2007), as well as the hasty Take Care (2017), and essays on a variety of subjects, including Renaissance metrics, Edmund Spenser, Shakespeare’s reading, Fairfield Porter, and player pianos ...…
 
When we were in Cuba, just before Hurricane Irma struck, our casa particular owner said to us we can use the internet. It was weird. We’d gone almost two weeks with zero wifi due to it being a complicated and expensive and time-consuming process in Cuba, and all of a sudden we were told we could connect to her wifi for free?! Wow! We were insta ...…
 
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Poems from Here with Maine Poet Laureate Stuart Kestenbaum
 
Today’s poem is “Flowering” by Linda Buckmaster. She grew up in “Space Coast” Florida during the Fifties and Sixties and moved to mid-coast Maine in the Seventies. Linda has published three chapbooks of poems and her hybrid memoir, Space Heart. A Memoir in Stages , will be published by Burrows Press in September 2018.…
 
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Minneola Reformed Presbyterian Church
 
A new MP3 sermon from Minneola Reformed Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: Revive Us Again Subtitle: Studies in the Psalms Speaker: Dan Bartel Broadcaster: Minneola Reformed Presbyterian Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 1/7/2018 Bible: Psalm 60:1-12; 1 Samuel 8:7-18 Length: 37 min. (64kb ...…
 
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TakeTen4Torah Daily Torah Podcast
 
One of the well known features of the "Kabbalat Shabbat" liturgy is the poem of "Lecha Dodi." Take Ten to understand its origin, meaning, and we we turn to face the door at the end.
 
Last week I presented you with a long list of ways you can decide what to write next and then I promised to expand on some of them. One suggestion was to decide to write something you can finish and ship fast. Projects Big and Small Big goals and big projects hold potential for big payoffs. If you finish that book, for example, it may propel yo ...…
 
In a year of big Romantic anniversaries, Percy Bysshe Shelley's "Ozymandias" celebrates 200 years since its publication on 11 January 2018. To celebrate, Stephanie is joined by Dr Geoff Payne to discuss the poem, Percy Shelley, his scandalous life, and the time somebody tried to assassinate him. For more info visit our website at: https://www.f ...…
 
Nigel Louis Stevenson recites “Some Questions”, a poem from his Philadelphia series; A.S. Fanning sings “Never Been Gone”; Mr. Ross reads Chapter 22 of HARD WATER; Justin Rutledge sings “The Great Ascension”.
 
Tonight KBOO's spoken word radio show presents Portland queer poets Ross Robbins and Nathan Wade Carter who will share poems from their most recent books. Patrick Bocarde will host. Talking Earth can be heard at 90.7 FM in the Portland area from 10 to 11 pm on the second an...
 
Twas two weeks before Xmas and all through the theater, all the nerds with Vader shirts were excited to be-a there. We held our breath as the title cards rolled and cheered when the John Williams timpani tolled. And just as the space was filled with star cruisers, we hoped that as viewers we wouldn't be losers. But what to our wondering eyes sh ...…
 
hey everyone! this is a tiny analysis i did on sufjan’s lyrics for the songs featured in the film ‘call me by your name’. below i left you a link to the official trailer and to a playlist i created with the three songs mentioned in the episode. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9AYPxH5NTM https://open.spotify.com/user/big_shit/playlist/3NUvZilkQ ...…
 
It takes a village to write an epic poem. Pizza waffles; lying about your favorite color; the infamous "Step on a Sacred Space" Party.
 
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Beginning Well 5 Minute Poetry Podcast
 
January is dreams month. This is the second poem on that subject. This poem by Mary Oliver titled Dreams created by Timothy Frantzich
 
The poem “Drown”; call-ins; shoutouts; I feel so much love!
 
She's backkkkkk we welcome Mariah as another poetic voice to the show as we cover our personal PSA's, breakdown why Migo's "Bad and Boujee" song was so effective and how to start writing a poem. Instagram Follows : @Poeticlee@Romedcarlo@beyondyourdefinition Poetically Correct Feature Poet:@dookiebrownflow…
 
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Poetic Earthlings
 
It was emotionally difficult to write this poem, and torturous to live out this reality.
 
❤️ A thank you to listeners and a new poem
 
Two poems: A free ode to Serena Williams and one for the men
 
MP3 Elizabeth Barrett Browning and the hour hour situation comedy, this week on Let’s Talk About Cheers SHOW NOTES: We’re watching two episodes of Cheers on today’s pod: Now Pitching, Sam Malone Let Me Count the Ways Also, here is a lovely sonnet by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, which will come in handy. You can watch along with us on Hulu or CBS ...…
 
Combining Arts with Reading (3:47)Learning to read involves a whole lot more than just words and letters. Here’s an obvious example – picture books. What child isn’t well-served, motivated, and inspired to learn to read with a few illustrations on the pages? Perhaps less-obvious, is this matter of pursuing literacy – and the support that can co ...…
 
Could a hiking trip lead you to a multi-million dollar treasure chest? Whether or not you've heard of the Santa Fe art dealer Forrest Fenn and his elusive treasure, this episode attempts to decipher his poem, examines some clues, and determines whether this is a trip worth taking. Check out our Facebook page to join the conversation and to see ...…
 
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Poems from Here with Maine Poet Laureate Stuart Kestenbaum
 
Today’s poem is “Dishpan" by Jacqueline Moore, who taught English Literature in Britain in the 1950s and 60s and has been writing poetry since the 1970s. The poem is from her collection Living Tilted published in 2016.By jwoodward@mainepublic.org (Jonathan Woodward).
 
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