Oh, that's great. Very evocative and I love your soft h's.
I am visiting here from Rachel's blog- and oh, this was lovely- and one of my favorite poems of WCW's! I admit to having a special fonness for the Scottish accent, being from across the pond and all... it was lovely indeed!
So glad you found that mp3 player! Where was it anyway?x
thankyou titus and redbird, I'm glad you liked it :)hi rachel, it was in a drawer without a handle, lol
A beautiful reading, Sorlil.
thankyou, james :)
Sounds good! Nice to hear poetry on the web as well as being able to read it.I haven't got round to Rachel's challenge yet...
Yes and don't think it's gone unnoticed...x
Although you did excel in the 'write a tune for a poem' challenge though Dominic so I'll let you off...x
My wife says you sound like Shirley Manson. Can I just get away with saying you sound nice?
thanks dominic, looking forward to hearing yours!as long as she's no relation to marilyn manson I'm happy, lol. you certainly can jim, thankyou :)
Yes and you didn't learn one either Murdoch! You could have done a Larkin...x
Sorlil it's so beautiful! and this is a very difficult poem to recite... i think i have totally fallen in love with the Scottish accent, after swiss, you now! :-)
You did the reading beautifully - so soft, so evocative.It makes me want to read poetry out loud too.Amber
thankyou roxana and amber, I do love reading out that poem!
This is great. Are we allowed to learn something short. Like a Haiku. Is there a shorter form than a Haiku? My memory isn't as it once was.
hi frances, I'm glad you like it! my first thought was to do a haiku, lol
frances, i don't know whether there is something shorter than a haiku but i can recommend this one (Basho of course):Matsushima ah! A-ah, Matsushima, ah!(Matsushima being the name of an island considered to be one of the top three most beautiful places in Japan):-)
Allowed? You can do anything you like Frances! And I bet once you start you'll find that your memory is better than you think.x
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