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April Sims Live
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A Foolish World: Two Erotic Novellas
 
In a world that expects perfection and settles for nothing less, a young man plays in the ruins of a broken marriage, and a man with a broken body woos a woman with a broken heart. Author Ann Regentin has written everything from reading comprehension tests to poetry and music, but seems to have found her real niche somewhere in the gutter. As of now, she's still too happy there to climb out. Producer Nobilis and his wife Dee have been producing the "Nobilis Erotica" podcast for over a year. ...
 
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Republic (version 2), The by PLATO (Πλάτων)
 
The Republic is a Socratic dialogue written by Plato around 380 BC concerning the definition of justice and the order and character of the just city-state and the just man. It is Plato's best-known work and has proven to be one of the most intellectually and historically influential works of philosophy and political theory. In it, Socrates along with various Athenians and foreigners discuss the meaning of justice and examine whether or not the just man is happier than the unjust man by consi ...
 
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The Man Who was Thursday by G. K. Chesterton
 
Two poets in a London park at sunset, debating on the attributes of poetry and whether it's really a metaphor for anarchy. A group that meets in secret, planning to overthrow the world order. Disguises and deceptions, ideals and ideology. A medley of themes and genres makes this a great read for anyone who's a fan of Chesterton and his iconic Father Brown. The Man Who Was Thursday includes Chesterton's favorite theme of Christianity with touches of delightful humor to enliven the twists and ...
 
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MnM Talkies
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COME SEE THE SOUND!Enter the world of enchanting audio dramas in Hindustani language , chat sessions, poetry and more.. It is an audio based podcast service created by the award winning Radio Personality from India : RJ MANTRA."Radio is a blind man's television and I intend to make a cinema out of it" - MANTRA
 
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Far From the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy
 
This story opens with a lovely, poor and proud young woman who lives with her aunt. The young woman saves the life of a farmer who subsequently falls in love with her. However, the young woman inherits a fortune and moves away. On the flip side the farmer loses everything he has and travels around the country seeking employment. One evening the farmer helps to put out a blazing fire in a lonely farm. When the veiled owner comes out to thank him, he discovers that she is none other than the b ...
 
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Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman
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Nearly 160 years after it was first published, Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass continues to inspire, enthrall and educate generations of readers. This collection of poems serves as a vehicle for Whitman's philosophy, ideals, love of nature and mystical musings and it subsequently became one of the corner stones of American literature. Whitman was inspired to write Leaves of Grass based on Ralph Waldo Emerson's clarion call for a truly American poet who would tell of its glories, virtues and v ...
 
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The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe
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When a modern film script draws inspiration from a poem written more than a century ago, readers can judge its impact on our collective imagination. Such is the resonance of the poem "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe. First published in 1845, "The Raven" is a masterpiece of atmosphere, rhythmic quality and use of language. Constructed in narrative form, it tells the story of a young man who is mourning the loss of his beloved. One December night as he wearily sits up browsing through a classica ...
 
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A Foolish World: Two Erotic Novellas
 
In a world that expects perfection and settles for nothing less, a young man plays in the ruins of a broken marriage, and a man with a broken body woos a woman with a broken heart.Author Ann Regentin has written everything from reading comprehension tests to poetry and music, but seems to have found her real niche somewhere in the gutter. As of now, she's still too happy there to climb out.Producer Nobilis and his wife Dee have been producing the "Nobilis Erotica" podcast for over a year. He ...
 
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The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling
 
Originally written for his young daughter Josephine, who died tragically aged six, The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling is a collection of short stories which were published separately in magazines before being compiled into a book. The stories are in the form of fables, where animals communicate and speak to each other as humans do and the purpose of each story was to convey a moral or message to the reader. Modern readers would be more familiar with the Disney animated version in which Mowgl ...
 
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The Middle of Things by Joseph Smith Fletcher
 
If you're in the mood for a cracking good classic murder mystery, The Middle of Things by JS Fletcher will certainly come up to expectations! Richard Viner is your average man on the street who stumbles upon a dead body in a dimly lit alley while taking his usual nightly stroll. When the police arrive, they conclude that this is a case of a robbery gone wrong, as the dead man's valuables are missing. However, as the case progresses, Viner discovers to his consternation, that the prime accuse ...
 
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Love-Songs of Childhood by Eugene Field
 
If you've heard and loved that delightful nursery rhyme/lullaby, Wynken Blynken and Nod you'd certainly enjoy browsing through its creator Eugene Field's Love Songs of Childhood. The volume contains some forty or more poems for children, which are ideal for read aloud sessions with young folks. Parents will certainly enjoy reading them too. Most of these poems have been set to music and are ideal for family sing-alongs too. Eugene Field was a gifted humorist as well as being a talented child ...
 
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Paradise Lost by John Milton
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Magnificent in its scale and scope, this monumental poem by the blind poet John Milton was the first epic conceived in the English language. It describes an omniscient, all powerful God, the Fall of Man, the Temptation in the Garden of Eden, the disgraced angel who later becomes known as Satan, the Angelic Wars fought by Archangels Michael and Raphael and the Son of God who is the real hero of this saga. The poet John Milton was more than sixty years old when he embarked on this immense work ...
 
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Tales from Shakespeare by Charles Lamb
 
This little gem of a book was probably the first introduction to Shakespeare that most readers have had as children. Tales from Shakespeare was written in 1807 by a young clerk called Charles Lamb in the offices of the East India Company. Lamb co-authored them with his beloved sister Mary. The pair lived together for life, having gone through immense trauma caused by mental illness and tragedy. However, far from being a melancholy duo, they led an active and ample social life in the company ...
 
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Pinch of Salt, A by GRAVES, Robert
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 19 different recordings of A Pinch of Salt by Robert Graves. Perhaps now best known as the author whose book of the same name inspired the Masterpiece Theater series I, Claudius, Robert Graves wrote prolifically throughout his 90 years, concentrating on myth in a scholarly vein. Many of his works were academically controversial. And yet, first and foremost, he considered himself a poet. This poem, which first appeared in 1920, shows Graves to be not only a caref ...
 
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Luke Wright, Poet
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Luke Wright has been described as "one of the funniest and most brilliant poet of his generation" by The Independent. He writes bawdy bar room ballads about Westminster rogues and small town tragedies. He is a regular on BBC Radio 4 and the author of seven one man poetry shows, touring with them all over the world. His latest is Stay-at-Home Dandy.His debut collection, Mondeo Man (Penned in the Margins), was published in 2013 to great acclaim. The Huffington Post gave it five stars, calling ...
 
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Jude the Obscure by Thomas Hardy
 
A young man from a poor, working-class background, passionate about education, who aspires to become a professor. His teacher, a respected role model who turns out to have feet of clay. An independent, free-spirited woman. Another who is scheming, selfish and flirtatious. Dominating their lives is the magnificent university town of Christminster. All these and a host of other colorful, memorable characters inhabit the pages of Thomas Hardy's monumental fourteenth novel published in 1895. Tho ...
 
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Day With Great Poets, A by BYRON, May Gillington
 
Who was John Milton? The author of Paradise Lost you say? Well, certainly, but he was also a man, going about his daily life like any of us in 17th century England, (except that he was a genius of course). Take time to read about a day in his life and learn more about him and his likes, dislikes, background and proclivities. Also, the same with Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Walt Witman, Lord Byron, Keats and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Each of them a man or woman of their times, living each day l ...
 
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Parting Guest, A by RILEY, James Whitcomb
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 19 recordings of A Parting Guest by James Whitcomb Riley. This was the Weekly Poetry project for May 15, 2011. James Whitcomb Riley was an American writer, poet, and best selling author. During his lifetime he was known as the Hoosier Poet and Children's Poet for his dialect works and his children's poetry respectively. His poems tended to be humorous or sentimental, and of the approximately one thousand poems that Riley authored, over half are in dialect. His f ...
 
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Penguin Island by Anatole France
 
An old monk is tricked by the Devil into undertaking a voyage to a remote island to save the souls of thousands who live there. He arrives on the island which is actually a desolate one, inhabited only by colonies of millions of penguins. The old monk whose eyesight and hearing are almost nonexistent, mistakes them for humans and begins baptizing them. In Heaven, God finds Himself in a dilemma; the old monk's unwavering faith compels him to regard the baptisms as genuine. However, in Christi ...
 
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Studies in Pessimism by Arthur Schopenhauer
 
Arthur Schopenhauer, an early 19th century philosopher, made significant contributions to metaphysics, ethics, and aesthetics. His work also informed theories of evolution and psychology, largely through his theory of the will to power – a concept which Nietzsche famously adopted and developed. Despite this, he is today, as he was during his life, overshadowed by his contemporary, Hegel. Schopenhauer’s social/psychological views, put forth in this work and in others, are directly derived fro ...
 
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Old Man Travelling; Animal Tranquillity and Decay by WORDSWORTH, William
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 16 recordings of Old Man Travelling; Animal Tranquillity and Decay, a Sketch by William Wordsworth. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for October 2, 2011. In 1842 the government awarded Wordsworth a civil list pension amounting to £300 a year. With the death in 1843 of Robert Southey, Wordsworth became the Poet Laureate. He initially refused the honour, saying he was too old, but accepted when Prime Minister Robert Peel assured him "you shall have nothing ...
 
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Trenches, The by MANNING, Frederic
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 20 recordings of The Trenches by Frederic Manning. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for October 30, 2011 to mark this year's festivals of remembrance. Manning was an Australian poet living in England at the outbreak of the First World War. He enlisted in the King's Shropshire Light Infantry, and was in action at the Battle of the Somme. This poem paints a vivid picture of the horror of night in the trenches. (Introduction by Ruth Golding)
 
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Old Man and the Ass, The by FONTAINE, Jean de La
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 8 recordings of The Old Man and the Ass by Jean de La Fontaine. (There was no translator acknowledged in the text.) This was the Weekly Poetry project for July 7, 2013. Jean de La Fontaine was the most famous French fabulist and one of the most widely read French poets of the 17th century. He is known above all for his Fables, which provided a model for subsequent fabulists across Europe and numerous alternative versions in France, and in French regional languag ...
 
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Star Seed Radio
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Podcast: Star Seed Radio Hosted by: Jonah Bolt Show Description:Starseed Radio is hosted by Jonah Bolt, a modern day renaissance man. Jonah has traveled to over 40 countries world-wide, Has toured the US for motivational speaking, done numerous TV & Radio Interviews globally and has been published over a dozen times for his poetry and other writings. Given his grace and energy toward people awakening to what is happening in this world, Jonah is inspired to help empower people through sustain ...
 
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Common Story, A by GONCHAROV, Ivan
 
Alexander Fedoritch Adouev is the naïve, pampered son of Anna Pavlovna, a provincial landowner. He decides to go off to Saint Petersburg, not only to make his mark upon society but also to fulfill his two rosy romantic dreams of becoming a great writer and finding a great love. He is taken under the reluctant wing of his uncle, Piotr Ivanitch Adouev, a pragmatic, hard-headed businessman who scorns everything romantic and tries to cure Alexander Fedoritch of his sentimental, youthful illusion ...
 
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Starseed Radio with Jonah Bolt
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Starseed Radio is a action based radio show with a plan to help build self empowerment of one's self, family and there community through ancient knowledge, secret information and technology to sustain the planet. The commentator Jonah Bolt covers the latest in World News, Conscious Living, Health & Wellness, Earth Changes, Global Events, New Technologies, Spirituality, Sustainable Practices, Esoteric Topics, Holistic Practitioners, Healers & Galactic News. Featuring ground breaking Conscious ...
 
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KCRW's The Urban Man
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Every week 'The Urban Man' sets out to fathom Los Angeles: its mystery its poetry and its beautiful conundrums. Along the way Marc Porter Zasada often gets personally involved with his subject and fraternizes with the natives.
 
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Collected Public Domain Poems of Wallace Stevens, Volume 1, The by STEVENS, Wallace
 
A collection of Wallace Stevens poems written before 1923. Stevens trained to be a lawyer. Within eleven years after this series of poems were written, he was vice-president at the Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company in Connecticut. He continued to pursue a quiet life of poetry and correspondence and for the remainder of his life he nurtured his contemplative habit of observation and writing as he walked from home to work and back again. Few at Hartford knew of his world acclaim as a poe ...
 
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Days by EMERSON, Ralph Waldo
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LibriVox volunteers bring you 17 recordings of Days by Ralph Waldo Emerson. This was the Weekly Poetry project for June 10, 2012. As a lecturer and orator, Emerson—nicknamed the Concord Sage—became the leading voice of intellectual culture in the United States. Herman Melville, who had met Emerson in 1849, originally thought he had "a defect in the region of the heart" and a "self-conceit so intensely intellectual that at first one hesitates to call it by its right name", though he later adm ...
 
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From the Foundation of the City Vol. 01 by LIVIUS, Titus
 
Ab urbe condita, is a monumental history of ancient Rome written in the Latin language by Titus Livius(Livy), an ancient Roman historian. The work covers the time from the stories of Aeneas, the earliest legendary period from before the city's founding in c. 753 BC, to Livy's own times in the reign of the emperor, Augustus. The last year covered by Livy is 745 AUC, or 9 BC, the death of Drusus. About 25% of the work survives. Livy's History of Rome was in demand from the publication of the f ...
 
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GFTL Podcast
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A near daily show following the life, thoughts, and challenges of a young afro-Caribbean male with big ambitions but a bigger personality.Sundays: News, Innovation, and weekly motivationMondays: Hansel Story TimeTuesdays: Inside the mind of a young manWednesdays: Dear diaryThursdays: Poetry and spoken word
 
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Open Window, The by SILL, Edward Rowland
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 20 recordings of The Open Window by Edward Rowland Sill. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for February 27th, 2011. Edward Rowland Sill, American poet and educator, was born in Windsor, Connecticut. He was a modest and charming man, a graceful essayist, a sure critic. His contribution to American poetry is small but of fine quality. His best poems, such as "The Venus of Milo," "The Fool's Prayer" and "Opportunity," gave him a high place among the minor poe ...
 
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Old Man's Thought of School, An by WHITMAN, Walt
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 23 recordings of An Old Man's Thought of School by Walt Whitman. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for February 12, 2012. Whitman claimed that after years of competing for "the usual rewards", he determined to become a poet. He first experimented with a variety of popular literary genres which appealed to the cultural tastes of the period. As early as 1850, he began writing what would become Leaves of Grass, a collection of poetry which he would continue e ...
 
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Judah Israel Michael's podcast
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This hard-hitting, truth telling, no holds barred, more real than reality tv, poetry transcends the slam, spoken-word, and arts and entertainment catagories. It bites the hand that feeds the lips of man-pleasers and suck-ups. So enjoy. The premier poem is "Speaking My Peace" - a poem that has to be heard to be believed, and even then... The PDF is available on www.judahisrael.com on the lyrics page. Many of my poems are posted there as well.
 
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Spell of the Yukon and Other Verses, The by SERVICE, Robert W.
 
Known as the Bard of the Yukon and as a people's poet, Robert Service immortalized his experience with the Yukon and its gold rush and this collection of poetry. While some poems are anecdotal and amusing, others capture the raw brilliance that frontiers evoke and the ever pioneering spirit of man. Alternately titled Songs of a Sourdough in the United Kingdoms. (Introduction by Becky)
 
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To the Man of the High North by SERVICE, Robert W.
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 5 recordings of To the Man of the High North by Robert Service. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for November 28, 2010. Robert William Service (January 16, 1874 – September 11, 1958) was a poet and writer, sometimes referred to as "the Bard of the Yukon". His writing was so expressive that his readers took him for a hard-bitten old Klondike prospector, not the later-arriving bank clerk he actually was. In addition to his Yukon works, Service also wrote po ...
 
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By The River
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This is the extended audio podcast version of BY THE RIVER, a non-fiction movie by Kevin Ford. A young man, Ellar Coltrane, travels the Western U.S. with an audio recorder, gathering sounds of the world and conversations about life, creativity, and personal growth with people he meets along the way. This podcast series features poetry by Justin David Stone and Sound Design & Original Music by Brian Dillon & Michael Barnhart.To watch the film please visit: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/bytheriver
 
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Hill, The by BROOKE, Rupert
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Librivox volunteers bring you 15 recordings of The Hill by Rupert Brooke. This was the Weekly Poetry project for May 15, 2011. Rupert Chawner Brooke was an English poet known for his idealistic war sonnets written during the First World War (especially The Soldier). He was also known for his boyish good looks, which prompted the Irish poet William Butler Yeats to describe him as "the handsomest young man in England". (summary from Wikipedia)
 
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House by the Side of the Road, The by FOSS, Sam Walter
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 18 recordings of The House by the Side of the Road by Sam Walter Foss. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for January 15, 2012. Sam Walter Foss was an American librarian and poet whose works included The House by the Side of the Road and The Coming American. Foss used to write a poem a day for the newspapers, and his five volumes of collected poetry are of the frank and homely “common man” variety. Longtime baseball announcer Ernie Harwell alluded to one of ...
 
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At the Back of the North Wind by George MacDonald
 
Written by the man who mentored Lewis Carroll and encouraged him to submit Alice for publication, At the Back of the North Wind is today a forgotten classic of Victorian children's literature. The story tells of a young boy named Diamond, the son of a coachman in an English country mansion. Diamond sleeps in the hayloft above the stables and at night he finds he's disturbed by the wind blowing through the holes in the wall. He tries to plug them but one night, he hears an imperious voice sco ...
 
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Sawa Shabab | Youth Together
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Sawa Shabab (Youth Together) is a peacebuilding radio drama series for the youth of South Sudan. Sawa Shabab is a bold new peacebuilding radio drama series for South Sudanese youth. The drama series follows the daily lives of four young South Sudanese: Rose, Taban, Winnie and Richard, four very different characters facing common issues: tribalism, poverty, gender inequity, and insecurity but also issues that affect youth all over the world: school, work, friendships, family, love and future ...
 
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Seaside by BROOKE, Rupert
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LibriVox volunteers bring you 21 recordings of Seaside by Rupert Brooke. This was the Weekly Poetry project for August 19, 2012. Rupert Chawner Brooke (middle name sometimes given as "Chaucer" was an English poet known for his idealistic war sonnets written during the First World War, especially "The Soldier". He was also known for his boyish good looks, which were said to have prompted the Irish poet W. B. Yeats to describe him as "the handsomest young man in England" ( Summary from Wikipedia )
 
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Indian Corn Planter, The by JOHNSON, E. Pauline
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 13 recordings of The Indian Corn Planter by E. Pauline Johnson. This was the Weekly Poetry project for April 29, 2012. "But in the writings of one poet alone I came upon a new note—the note of the Red Man's Canada. This was the poet that most interested me—Pauline Johnson. I quoted her lovely canoe song "In the Shadows," which will be found in this volume. I at once sat down and wrote a long article, which could have been ten times as long, upon a subject so sug ...
 
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Day With Great Poets, A by BYRON, May Gillington
 
Who was John Milton? The author of Paradise Lost you say? Well, certainly, but he was also a man, going about his daily life like any of us in 17th century England, (except that he was a genius of course). Take time to read about a day in his life and learn more about him and his likes, dislikes, background and proclivities. Also, the same with Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Walt Witman, Lord Byron, Keats and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Each of them a man or woman of their times, living each day l ...
 
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Studies in Pessimism by SCHOPENHAUER, Arthur
 
Arthur Schopenhauer, an early 19th century philosopher, made significant contributions to metaphysics, ethics, and aesthetics. His work also informed theories of evolution and psychology, largely through his theory of the will to power – a concept which Nietzsche famously adopted and developed. Despite this, he is today, as he was during his life, overshadowed by his contemporary, Hegel. Schopenhauer's social/psychological views, put forth in this work and in others, are directly derived fro ...
 
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New Arrival, A by CABLE, George Washington
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 12 recordings of A New Arrival by George W. Cable. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for May 17th, 2010. "The New Arrival" is a valuable poem because it expresses the joy of a young father over his new baby. If girls should be educated to be good mothers, so should boys be taught that fatherhood is the highest and holiest joy and right of man. The child is educator to the man. He teaches him how to take responsibility, how to give unbiased judgments, and h ...
 
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Of Such Is The Kingdom, A Novel of Biblical Times
 
Step back into New Testament times--to Ancient Jerusalem at the time of Christ and of the historical Roman Empire, and ask: What could a cynical, non-conformist dry-goods salesman, a disgruntled blacksmith, and a musing mendicant all have in common? The answer: Down deep, they all seek something better. But will they find true fulfillment they are seeking? The non-conformist, Manaheem, Herod's foster brother, is hired by Herod to foment an insurrection against Pontius Pilate, whom he distrus ...
 
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One Hundred Verses from Old Japan by FUJIWARA, Teika no
 
In 12th-13th century Japan there lived a man named Fujiwara no Teika (sometimes called Sadaie), a well-regarded poet in a society that prized poetry. At one point in his life he compiled the Ogura Hyakunin Isshu (often known simply as the Hyakunin Isshu), which means “A Hundred Poems by A Hundred Poets” (literally “A hundred people, one poem [each]”). This collection of a hundred poems is known to almost all Japanese, and over the years it has been translated by many different people. One of ...
 
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To Celia by JONSON, Ben
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LibriVox volunteers bring you 12 recordings of To Celia by Ben Jonson. This was the Weekly Poetry project for March 6th, 2011. Benjamin Jonson was an English Renaissance dramatist, poet and actor. A contemporary of William Shakespeare, he is best known for his satirical plays, particularly Volpone, The Alchemist, and Bartholomew Fair, which are considered his best, and his lyric poems. A man of vast reading and a seemingly insatiable appetite for controversy, Jonson had an unparalleled bread ...
 
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Parlando - Where Music and Words Meet
 
I was reminded of this poem, and Wallace Stevens in general, while writing about the 20 most anthologized modern American poems recently. It’s odd that I needed to be reminded of Stevens. His poems were always present in the anthologies of my school years, back in the last century, along with Frost (who I disliked when I was young), William Car ...…
 
Welcome to another episode of LEMeKNOWMy guest on today's episode is Lisette aka Lola La PoetaShe is a poet, a zine writer and a big animal lover. She’s been killing the poetry scene by promoting peace, love, and empowering woman. Her ultimate goal in life are to help young people discover their true path/power in life and spread as much love a ...…
 
The God of Philosophy This week Patch sits down with Pete FosI, philosophy professor at Translyvania university. Pete know his shiz, man. He and Patch talk about the intersection of philosophy and theology. Nietzsche, Hume, and poetry. You don't want to miss this episode if you happen to be sitting in a leather wingback chair and smoking a pipe ...…
 
The God of Philosophy This week Patch sits down with Pete FosI, philosophy professor at Translyvania university. Pete know his shiz, man. He and Patch talk about the intersection of philosophy and theology. Nietzsche, Hume, and poetry. You don't want to miss this episode if you happen to be sitting in a leather wingback chair and smoking a pipe ...…
 
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/OR/OR_Oct_17_2017.mp3 Right click to download audio file | Open Player in New Window For today’s Oratio, Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on Psalm 39:4-7, 12-13. 4 “O Lord, make me know my end and what is the measure of my days; let me know how fleeting I am! 5 Behold, you have made my days a few handbreadths, and my li ...…
 
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Sermons – St. Brendan's Anglican Church
 
Chesterton and Joy Pentecost 19A Rev. Doug Floyd (Here are a Chesterton resources at this link.) G. K. Chesterton has a collection of odd stories, one of which is about a man who lives on a gray farm. One morning he wakes up and he tells his wife and children sitting around the table, “Ma’am, thank you for your hospitality, but I’ve been here l ...…
 
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/OR/OR_Oct_16_2017.mp3 Right click to download audio file | Open Player in New Window For today’s Oratio, Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on Psalm 37:3-11. 3 Trust in the Lord, and do good; dwell in the land and befriend faithfulness.[a] 4 Delight yourself in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart. 5 C ...…
 
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The Future Is A Mixtape
 
For this episode of The Future Is A Mixtape, Jesse & Matt explore the paranoid dread and narcotic pull of Adam Curtis’ most recent documentary of political-noir, HyperNormalisation. In 2 hours and 40 minutes, it charts the globe-hopping travails of terrorists, bankers, politicians and America’s digital aristocracy--all of whom use humanity as p ...…
 
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Town Hall Seattle Arts & Culture Series
 
“The life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living,” Marcus Tullius Cicero once wrote. Caitlin Doughty has spent her life around the dead. A mortician by trade, Doughty, in From Here to Eternity: Traveling the World to Find the Good Death travels the world to discover how other cultures care for their dead. She goes to Bolivia to see c ...…
 
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Inconveniences Rightly Considered – Lancelot :: On Fiction, Mythology, and Bedtime
 
lanceschaubert over at Lancelot :: On Fiction, Mythology, and Bedtime - A blog by Lance Schaubert about fiction, mythology, nonconformists, and free readings of bedtime stories that will help you and your child sleep. said :: The Untitled Man and Blameshift poem is from my poetry podcast. I’m reading first from my book Inconveniences, Rightly C ...…
 
Poet Katie Manning dropped by Chapman University for the Tabula Poetica reading series, and Mike got to speak with her before her poetry talk! She reads from her full-length collection Tasty Other as well as from her four chapbooks! The two talk about research in poetry, what happens when your identity changes in your adult… The post WRITERS’ B ...…
 
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/TSW/TSW_Oct_04_2017.mp3 Right click to download audio file | Open Player in New Window Hosted by Rev. Will Weedon, LCMS Director of Worship and International Center Chaplain. With guest Rev. Tim Ostermeyer from Hope Lutheran Church in St. Ann, Missouri. Looking Ahead: Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 22) In ...…
 
Spiritual teacher, poet, writer, and founder of Center for Spiritual Enlightenment Yogacharya Ellen Grace O’Brian shares her passion for waking up, both personally and as a necessity for our communities. An impromptu poetry reading and a surprising story about a desk chair perfectly highlight her humanity, depth and sense of humor. Listen in to ...…
 
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/OR/OR_Oct_03_2017.mp3 Right click to download audio file | Open Player in New Window In today’s Oratio Hour, Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on Psalm 119:9-16. Beth 9 How can a young man keep his way pure? By guarding it according to your word. 10 With my whole heart I seek you; let me not wander from your commandments ...…
 
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Grace Presbyterian Church in Christchurch
 
In Psalm 1, God presents us with the enticing vision of the blessed person of God who stands strong in the face of challenges this life throws at us because they are planted in Christ and drink deeply from him through delighting in God and meditating on his word. Psalm 1 Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the wicked, nor stands ...…
 
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Disability Visibility
 
This episode is on assistive technology. All technology is assistive and the range of products and services available now for disabled people is pretty amazing. Alice talks with Lateef McLeod and Jessie Lorenz, two people from the SF Bay Area disability community. Lateef and Jessie share about their usage of assistive technology, how it impacts ...…
 
What is it about lanes? What stories did you conjure up when your curious eye peered through the cracks of rusted corrugated back fences? What feet did you imagine trampled on bluestone surfaces? Lanes by Helena Spyrou Lanes is a remembrance of my teenage hood where I spent a lot of time walking through the lanes of Carlton in the early 1970s. ...…
 
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Legacy: the Artists Behind the Legends
 
Geoffrey Chaucer, a man known as the father of English literature, was THE master of poetry and verse in the 14th century prior to William Shakespeare. Chaucer wrote during a time in England when Latin was considered the ‘grammatica’ (aka language that would not change), and most of the upper class English spoke French fluently. The most popula ...…
 
This past week I was at the church Saturday morning for a meeting. Around 11 AM, when the meeting was breaking up, Russ, one of our elders entered the church carrying large box. In the box was a mixer, some bowls, and ingredients for a project. There were eggs, milk, coconut flakes, and saltine crackers. I knew quickly what Russ was up to. He w ...…
 
If you don’t know what to say, then how you say it isn’t going to matter. That’s one of the concluding points of the blog post by Brian Clark that is featured in this episode — a blog post that was inspired by one of the great films of our time. http://rainmaker.fm/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/sites-season-1-episode-17.mp3 Click to subscribe to S ...…
 
If you don t know what to say, then how you say it isn t going to matter. That s one of the concluding points of the blog post by Brian Clark that is featured in this episode — a blog post that was inspired by one of the great films of our time. Listen to Sites: Tips for Building Better WordPress Websites below ... Download MP3 Subscribe by RSS ...…
 
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/TSW/TSW_Sep_21_2017.mp3 Right click to download audio file | Open Player in New Window Hosted by Rev. Will Weedon, LCMS Director of Worship and International Center Chaplain. With guest Rev. Steven Theiss from St. Paul Lutheran Church in Columbia, Illinois. Luke 7 Jesus Heals a Centurion’s Servant 7 After he had fin ...…
 
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/OR/OR_Sep_21_2017.mp3 Right click to download audio file | Open Player in New Window In today’s Oratio Hour, Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on Psalm 55:12-19. 12 For it is not an enemy who taunts me— then I could bear it; it is not an adversary who deals insolently with me— then I could hide from him. 13 But it is you ...…
 
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/TSW/TSW_Sep_20_2017.mp3 Right click to download audio file | Open Player in New Window Hosted by Rev. John Lukomski, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Darmstadt & St. Paul Lutheran Church in New Athens, Illinois. With guest Rev. Brian Holle from Zion Lutheran Church in Bunker Hill, Illinois. Looking Ahead: Sixtee ...…
 
WordTemple host Katherine Hastings airs a reading by Gregory W. Randall recorded at the WordTemple Poetry Series in June of 2017. Randall was celebrating the release of his first full-length collection of poetry, A Cartography of Selves. Susan Terris says “A Cartography of Selves is a series of complex, luminous poems. Some are in the voice of ...…
 
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/OR/OR_Sep_18_2017.mp3 Right click to download audio file | Open Player in New Window In today’s Oratio Hour, Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on Psalm Psalm 118:5-14. 5 Out of my distress I called on the Lord; the Lord answered me and set me free. 6 The Lord is on my side; I will not fear. What can man do to me? 7 The L ...…
 
Scripture: ROMANS 14:1-12; REFORMATION: SOLI DEO GLORIA During our church staff meeting on Wednesday morning, I reminded the staff that, in conjunction with our ongoing exploration of the themes of the Protestant Reformation, the theme of our worship this week was going to be God. To which one of our staff members wryly responded, “Isn’t that t ...…
 
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Grace Church of Philly
 
Psalm 32 (ESV) Blessed Are the Forgiven A Maskil[a] of David. 32 Blessed is the one whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered. 2 Blessed is the man against whom the Lord counts no iniquity, and in whose spirit there is no deceit. 3 For when I kept silent, my bones wasted away through my groaning all day long. 4 For day and night you ...…
 
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/OR/OR_Sep_15_2017.mp3 Right click to download audio file | Open Player in New Window In today’s Oratio Hour, Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on Psalm 1. Book One The Way of the Righteous and the Wicked 1 Blessed is the man[a] who walks not in the counsel of the wicked, nor stands in the way of sinners, nor sits in the ...…
 
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/OR/OR_Sep_14_2017.mp3 Right click to download audio file | Open Player in New Window In today’s Oratio Hour, Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on Psalm 38:6-16. 6 I am utterly bowed down and prostrate; all the day I go about mourning. 7 For my sides are filled with burning, and there is no soundness in my flesh. 8 I am f ...…
 
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/TSW/TSW_Sep_12_2017.mp3 Right click to download audio file | Open Player in New Window Hosted by Rev. Will Weedon, LCMS Director of Worship and International Center Chaplain. With guest Rev. John Lukomski from Trinity Lutheran Church in Darmstadt & St. Paul Lutheran Church in New Athens, Illinois. Luke 2 The Birth o ...…
 
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/TSW/TSW_Sep_11_2017.mp3 Right click to download audio file | Open Player in New Window Hosted by Rev. Will Weedon, LCMS Director of Worship and International Center Chaplain. With guest Rev. Larry Troxel from St. Paul Lutheran Church in Bowen, Illinois. Luke 1 Dedication to Theophilus 1 Inasmuch as many have underta ...…
 
Isaiah 21-23 (ESV) Fallen, Fallen Is Babylon 21 The oracle concerning the wilderness of the sea. As whirlwinds in the Negeb sweep on, it comes from the wilderness, from a terrible land. 2 A stern vision is told to me; the traitor betrays, and the destroyer destroys. Go up, O Elam; lay siege, O Media; all the sighing she has caused I bring to an ...…
 
City Lights welcomes erica lewis, reading from her new poetry collection, mary wants to be a superwoman, published by Third Man Books and Rita Bullwinkel, reading from her forthcoming work, Belly Up, (forthcoming from A Strange Object in May of 2018). About mary wants to be a superwoman, by erica lewis Being of black, Native American, and white ...…
 
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Parlando - Where Music and Words Meet
 
There’s two things that attracted me to T. E. Hulme, the lesser-known Modernist poet and theoretician that I’ve featured a few times this summer. The first is the sense in his poetry and critical writings of the limits of humankind. The other is his poetry's surprising modesty and restraint, something embodied in the very brevity of his poetic ...…
 
Introducing Becky Davis Becky runs her own WordPress business and is active in the WordPress community. She has spoken at many WordCamps all over the US and at WordCamp Europe in 2016. She has run the Chicago Northside WordPress Meetup for six years. Show Notes Website | beckydavisdesign.com Twitter | @beckyddesign WordPress TV | http://wordpre ...…
 
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/TSW/TSW_Sep_06_2017.mp3 Right click to download audio file | Open Player in New Window Hosted by Rev. Will Weedon, LCMS Director of Worship and International Center Chaplain. With guest Rev. Tim Ostermeyer from Hope Lutheran Church in St. Ann, Missouri. Looking Ahead: Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 18) In ...…
 
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Parlando - Where Music and Words Meet
 
I was talking with my wife this weekend. She’s reading a memoir about current military deployments (and redeployments) and she said a Wilfred Owen poem was mentioned in it. “Well, World War I was the last war to be covered by poets.” I replied. Which is not strictly true of course. World War II generated a number of poems I’d love to share here ...…
 
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WPC Sermons
 
Happy Labor Day Sunday! We are continuing our Summer Psalms sermonseries with Psalm 103:1-13","Psalm 103. Our sermon is entitled: "God,Our Healer." From this majestic portion of Hebrew poetry we will learnanew that God's people are people of memory. We remember that God blessespeople with peace, wholeness and justice. We will also be reminded f ...…
 
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Inconveniences Rightly Considered – Lancelot :: On Fiction, Mythology, and Bedtime
 
lanceschaubert over at Lancelot :: On Fiction, Mythology, and Bedtime - A blog by Lance Schaubert about fiction, mythology, nonconformists, and free readings of bedtime stories that will help you and your child sleep. said :: Mearcstapa in the River of Man is a poem for my poetry podcast. I’m reading first from my book Inconveniences, Rightly C ...…
 
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/TSW/TSW_Aug_30_2017.mp3 Right click to download audio file | Open Player in New Window Hosted by Rev. Will Weedon, LCMS Director of Worship and International Center Chaplain. With guest Rev. Ben Maton from Immanuel Lutheran Church in Charlottesville, Virginia. Looking Ahead: Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Proper ...…
 
Tony Buzan says: “You learn best when you play!” Pain gives you energy (passion) to deal with the pain you're going through to help everybody. Tony Buzan is the world-renowned inventor of Mind Mapping, he has been named as one of the world’s top 5 speakers by Forbes magazine and described as “one of the most influential leaders in the field of ...…
 
http://archives.kfuo.org/mp3/TSW/TSW_Aug_23_2017.mp3 Right click to download audio file | Open Player in New Window Hosted by Rev. Will Weedon, LCMS Director of Worship and International Center Chaplain. With guest Rev. Nabil Nour from Trinity Lutheran Church in Hartford, South Dakota. Looking Ahead: Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 16) I ...…
 
August 20, 2017 Pastor Jeff Struecker Sermon Notes Alright, right off the bat, let me try to answer three questions that are already being asked about this whole sermon series. The first question is: Why are we doing this sermon series about relationships in general? And I’m going to be honest with you. That’s an easy one, because the counselin ...…
 
The Good News satisfies much more than our guilty consciences, and touches much more than our minds. God is into whole-life transformation. Let us receive God’s invitation to remember well, to remember fully. Message title: Remembering the Gospel with Our Hearts (Psalm 78) Ninth week in Summer Psalms Scriptures: Psalm 78 Preacher: Jeff Patterso ...…
 
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