I didn’t mean to shout my truths But now that I have the dawn’s attention I am reluctant to let it go it does not
As spoken word version, as requested by my good friend The Reluctant Poet This is response poem to S Francis’s (SailorPoet) poem In the Cafe
I am deeply honored that 1WiseWoman invited me to make a spoken word version of her poem Where Did You Go? Please visit her blog A Lion Sleeps
Dedicated to Dom, 1WiseWoman, Rachel and all the other women (and men) who survive. Sometimes we need to speak our truth, not just write it.
I love the power of words come to life. I hope you enjoy this spoken word version of Poet’s Love Song.
I have been writing a great deal lately about loss and longing. As I catch up on spoken word versions of my poetry, today I
Life has been so busy lately that I have fallen woefully behind in making spoken word versions of my poetry. I really love getting to
You say my name Reverently A prayer A benediction It is a revelation As if I have never heard My name before Never known Its
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Welcome to Poets Speak. A feature dedicated to poets performing their poetry in an audio medium. I simply LOVE that we…