Sanctuary by @InVinceWil
Please find my reading of this superb poem which was read at Crystal Space among poets I am proud to call my friends.
P.S My apologies that I was unsure of your real name Wil, such is the nature of twitter, I put it down to nerves on the night in question… or maybe the wine as well by then.
Giant Puffballs a poem by Neil Rollinson
A wonderful reading by Peter Wilkin at ‘Crystal Space’ enjoy :)
Poem written by Jacqueline Dick and read by Peter Wilkin at ‘Crystal Space’ enjoy :)
Walking between Giants
It is my very great pleasure and honour to be able to offer you my reading of Quirina Roode-Gutzmer’s wonderful poem, which can be read here: http://themindssky.wordpress.com/2012/05/03/walking-between-giants/
This wonderful tribute of a poem can truly be felt in a visceral way as you read. I hope you enjoy my reading.
It is with great pleasure that I am today offering my reading of this new poem by the wonderful one and only Shan Ellis, who’s words can be read here: http://repressedsoul.wordpress.com/2012/05/16/chromatopography/
I hope you enjoy listening as much as I enjoyed reading!
I was so moved by the latest poem by Jacquie Dick @fumanchucat that I couldn’t resist having a go a reading her words, which you can see here: http://1emeraldcity.wordpress.com/2012/05/16/deception/
I hope my reading can convey even a smidgen of the emotion it brought up within me on my first reading of it! Thanks for letting me read you Jacquie!
Today I am offering my reading of my own poem ‘The Beach’ which can be read here: http://phoenixofthelinnet.wordpress.com/2012/02/29/the-beach/
It was one of those poems that insisted it was written. It is rather special to me for a couple of reasons, one of them being my love of poetry.
Thank you :)
I am honoured and most happy to offer you my reading of Joe Hesch’s poem ‘Self Portraits’ who’s wonderful words can be read here: http://athingforwordsjahesch.wordpress.com/2012/03/09/self-portraits/
I have however read this poem with a gender change to match myself the reader. I hope given the name of the poem you can why this wonderful poem works both ways.
Severe Weather Warning
It is my humble pleasure to offer you my reading of Peter Wilkin’s 'Severe Weather Warning' the words for which can be read here: http://peterwilkin1.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/severe-weather-warning.html
A poem I loved from the first time I read it, I hope my reading does it justice!
By special request I am happy to offer my reading of Pierre Novaeu’s haunting poem 'Lull After Glow' @Novatwitman
You can read his wonderful words here: http://novatwitman.wordpress.com/2011/09/15/lull-afterglow/
I hope you enjoy :)