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Herein are accessible poems to move you in a good way. Though short, these pods pack a pensive and powerful punch and aim to cut positively into the mind and heart by giving you that "whoa wow" feeling. Wondering about the "whoa"? Listen and find out. Wondering if you might enjoy good poetry? Listen and wonder again. Each episode holds a theme. Minimal commentary follows the 1st poem, while a question to consider during your day or eve ends the 2nd poem and podcast. If it pleases you, share, ...
 
If you're looking for a podcast, but can't find the right one, I have some good news, your search is now done. There are poems and stories and songs that are great. It's perfect for children, ages two until eight. The poems are sweet and all filled with laughter. The stories end well. Happily ever after. So be sure to subscribe and begin to explore. And please don't forget, each week there's one more. | Musings and other Nonsense is a weekly podcast of whimsical stories, poems and songs for ...
 
Written and read for Community Radio By Richard Nicholls Every week I would Write a selection of Poems or a short story. The Items would be alternated or mixed. This Item was known as Poems on the Couch. Watch this space for BAND NEW CONTENT COMING SOON!! https://patreon.com/richardrmnstoryteller
 
This is a podcast about Hindi Poetry and Poets, and we are starting with Bachchan's Madhushala. We will recite the poems and also talk about the poet's life journey and interesting stories around the poem. We will discuss the relevance of these poems in today's times. The first season is dedicated to Madhushala and next we will pick more Hindi and Urdu poems / poets we love. Drop me a line with poems you love to be read in this podcast. If you like this podcast, let's connect to talk poetry ...
 
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 ...
 
Goblin Market and Other Poems (1862) is British writer Christina Rossetti's first book of poetry. The title poem is her most famous work: a creepy and sensual tale of two sisters' temptation to eat forbidden fruits. The poems explore themes of death, faith, isolation, and love, with a section of devotional pieces at the end. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett)
 
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THE CHALLENGE by HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW I have a vague remembrance Of a story, that is told In some ancient Spanish legend Or chronicle of old. It was when brave King Sanchez Was before Zamora slain, And his great besieging army Lay encamped upon the plain. Don Diego de Ordoñez Sallied forth in front of all, And shouted loud his challenge To th…
 
Why do bunnies hide their eggs? Find out why in this eggcellent rhyming story. It's perfect for Easter, or anytime you want to celebrate the sweet things in life. If you're enjoying the podcast, please visit www.storiesbypeter.com where you'll find Peter's children's picture book, Lost Hallway: Where Do Lost Things Go and his latest children's chap…
 
"The wind lures the poet with how it both is with us and beyond our power, coming and going, both different across the land and all connected in the air we share. .." ---------------- This podcast provides accessible, moving poetry to add to your day in a good way. In short, I read and you hear 2 exquisite poems, making us both better. Though short…
 
Enjoy this recording from last week's Bangkok Poetry Slam held on March 26, 2021. It was a dazzling array of styles and talents. In the end the winner of the slam was the poet Ana Tone, who brought forth a pair of poems that demonstrated his range which he executed excellently .Accompanying Ana Tone on stage that night was a roster of poets each of…
 
Crickets in the calm.A gust of wind gently making its way down the Bayou.I hear your echoes, your laughter, your southern purr.I hope you’re doing well.I hope you found what you were looking for.I’m still here but stronger.My lust for life never listless.Crickets in the calm.Down by the Bayou.โดย RYK
 
AN APRIL DAY by HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW When the warm sun, that brings Seed-time and harvest, has returned again, ‘Tis sweet to visit the still wood, where springs The first flowers of the plain. I love the season well When forest glades are teeming with bright forms, Nor dark and many-folded clouds foretell The coming-on of storms. From the ear…
 
Until years later and much rest The best of them play the soul afresh Making us sing and dance in its presence Through a sound path into our past The music of our youth holds a special place in the soul. This episode explores this phenomena through, yes and good guess, poetry. Come along for a short audio journey. In short, I read and you hear 2 ex…
 
Today’s poem is "Tender Talk" by Leonore Hildebrandt. She is the author of the poetry collections Where You Happen to Be, The Work at Hand, and The Next Unknown. Her poems and translations have appeared in the Cimarron Review, The Fiddlehead, Harpur Palate, Poetry Daily, RHINO, and the Sugar House Review, among other journals. A native of Germany, …
 
THE BELFRY AT BRUGES by HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW In the market-place of Bruges stands the belfry old and brown; Thrice consumed and thrice rebuilded, still it watches o’er the town. As the summer morn was breaking, on the lofty tower I stood, And the world threw off the darkness, like the weeds of widowhood. Thick with towns and hamlets studded, …
 
In the land of Slumber, each town competes to attract dreamers by being more fun. But in the town of Care, they try something very different. Discover what they did in this silly sleeping tale. Perfect for bedtime - or is it? If you're enjoying the podcast, please visit www.storiesbypeter.com where you'll find Peter's children's picture book, Lost …
 
Today’s poem is “Boulder” by Sidney Wade. Her eighth collection of poems, Deep Gossip: New & Selected Poems, was published by Johns Hopkins University Press in 2020. She taught workshops in Poetry and Translation at the University of Florida’s MFA@FLA program for 23 years, and she has served as President of AWP and Secretary/Treasurer of ALTA. Sidn…
 
And read in stages/ By you and me/Making softer pages/ As time let them be.... The goal of these short pods is to to produce a "wow" feeling within the listener in the way good poems do for me. If this does, then please share, subscribe and comment. Contact: 2poemsreadandheard@gmail.comโดย Orin Moore
 
SANDALPHON by HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW Have you read in the Talmud of old, In the Legends the Rabbins have told Of the limitless realm of the air, Have you read it,—the marvellous story Of Sandalphon, the Angel of Glory, Sandalphon, the Angel of Prayer? How, erect at the outermost gates Of the City Celestial he waits, With his feet on the ladder …
 
Today’s poem is “Glukopikron” by Katherine Hagopian Berry. Her work has appeared in the Café Review, Deep Water, A Dangerous New World: Maine Voices on the Climate Crisis, Balancing Act II: An Anthology of Poetry by Fifty Maine Women, Strange Fire: Jewish Voices on the Pandemic, and Enough! Poems of Resistance and Protest. Her first collection of p…
 
Without it/ All happens together/ With it all/ You get forever... New episodes Thursdays, each one providing that "whoa wow" feel. Herein are accessible poems to move you in a good way. Though short, these pods pack a pensive and powerful punch and aim to cut positively into the mind and heart by giving you that "whoa wow" feeling. Wondering about …
 
Written And Read For Community Radio By Richard Nicholls Join me with Part 2 of Sand In My eyes An where to Now! subscribe for extra Contentโดย Richard Nicholls
 
If you met your older self, would they happy to see you? If you met your younger self, what would you say? Find out in the fun rhyming story. Perfect for the child and grown-up in you! If you're enjoying the podcast, please visit www.storiesbypeter.com where you'll find Peter's children's picture book, Lost Hallway: Where Do Lost Things Go and his …
 
ROBERT OF LINCOLN by William Cullen Bryant Merrily swinging on brier and weed, Near to the nest of his little dame, Over the mountain-side or mead, Robert of Lincoln is telling his name: Bob-o’-link, bob-o’-link, Spink, spank, spink; Snug and safe is that nest of ours, Hidden among the summer flowers, Chee, chee, chee. Robert of Lincoln is gayly dr…
 
Written and Read By Richard Nicholls For community Radio Catch the Original Radio format recording on https://patreon.com/richardrmnstoryteller Become a Subscriber to exclusive content.โดย Richard Nicholls
 
Today’s poem is "We Are Just Three Mouths," by Julia Bouwsma. Julia lives off-the-grid in the mountains of western Maine, where she is a poet, farmer, editor, and small-town librarian. She is the author of two poetry collections: Midden (Fordham University Press, 2018) and Work by Bloodlight (Cider Press Review, 2017) and received the 2019 and 2018…
 
“All forgetful of self” from Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Half-way down to the shore Evangeline waited in silence, Not overcome with grief, but strong in the hour of affliction,— Calmly and sadly she waited, until the procession approached her, And she beheld the face of Gabriel pale with emotion. Tears then filled her…
 
The recent incidents regarding hate crimes against Asian Americans must cease. Undoubtedly this is a primal reaction from false propaganda. As a first born American citizen and a son of a US Army veteran, I consider myself American. I have traveled and lived in Asia, in times to further grasp my identity yet I find myself most comfortable in the St…
 
Today’s poem is “Go with the Sun” by Jacqueline Moore. She was born in Greenwich Village in 1926 and has lived in London, Warsaw, and Boston, where she studied poetry with Seamus Heaney. She lived for many years off the grid in a cabin in Morrill, Maine. She now lives in Portland. Her most recent collection of poetry is Chasing the Grass (Littoral …
 
Massachusetts to Virginia by John Greenleaf Whittier The blast from Freedom’s northern hills, upon its Southern way, Bears greetings to Virginia, from Massachusetts Bay:— No words of haughty challenging, nor battle-bugle’s peal, Nor steady tread of marching files, nor clang of horsemen’s steel. No trains of deep-mouthed cannon along our highways go…
 
Single is a small bed with a big problem; he's afraid to go to sleep! But his mother the Queen has a secret to help him. Find out what it is in this dreamy bedtime story for beds. It's told in rhyme and is perfect for beds and children of all sizes. If you're enjoying the podcast, please visit www.storiesbypeter.com where you'll find Peter's childr…
 
Today’s poem is “Solemnity” by Myronn Hardy. He is the author of, most recently, Radioactive Starlings, published by Princeton University Press (2017). His poems have appeared in the New York Times Magazine, the Virginia Quarterly Review, the Baffler, Rhino, and elsewhere. He teaches at Bates College.…
 
THREE POEMS by GWENDOLYN BROOKS THE BEAN EATERS They eat beans, mostly; this old yellow pair. Dinner is a casual affair. Plain chipware on a plain and creaking wood, Tin flatware. Two who are Mostly Good. Two who have lived their day, But keep on putting on their clothes And putting things away. And remembering . . . Remembering, with twinkling and…
 
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