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Poem-a-Day Poem-a-Day is the original, daily poetry series featuring new poems by today’s poets. Produced by the Academy of American Poets, this free digital series is made possible by you, our readers and listeners. Theme music by Kat Rejsek. Audio engineering by Coleman Edward Dues. Learn more about Poem-a-Day and, if you can, please consider supporting this series by making a gift at poets.org/give.
Interesting People Reading Poetry Interesting People Reading Poetry is a short, sound-rich podcast where artists and luminaries read a favorite poem and share what it means to them. Created by Andy & Brendan Stermer.

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Limerick Poems by Kenneth Eugene Paul Read Out Loud - A Family Record Kenneth E. Paul was a prolific limerick writer and he always said poetry should be read out loud. This playlist features members of his family reading his poems out loud. Enjoy! Molly Ann Hale
Alexis Karpouzos Poetry Alexis karpouzos poetry and spiritual words. Alexis karpouzos Audio Station
Poems From the Paws Poetry expresses emotion and dogs evoke emotion. Therefore, all poetry should be about dogs. Just kidding, sort of. Listen to these puppy inspired poems by poets who know the value of companionship and the meaning behind the phrase "man's best friend." At the end of this poetry list is a section from a collection of short stories from Dog Heroes of Many Lands by Sarah Noble Ives, that can be also be enjoyed by dog lovers here on Vurbl. Vurbl Animals: Stories, Training & Pet Health
10 Amazing Poems for National Poetry Month April is National Poetry Month and Vurbl is here to help you celebrate with 10 of the best poetry readings and performances from contemporary poets. This playlist of podcasts features a gripping reading from the 23rd Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress Joy Harjo as well as various works from up and coming writers— all of which are guaranteed to inspire you to consume more poetry this month. Vurbl The Spoken Word

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Snippet of The Poetry Society of New York: PSNY + NYC present: Hayes. Muldoon. Reines. Conrad. Landau. Irish poet, professor of poetry, editor, critic, playwright, lyricist, and all-around wonderful human, Paul Muldoon, reads his new poem "The Plumber," which circles around social issues and how one's assumptions don't always align with reality. Muldoon won the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, the 2004 European poetry prize many other accolades during his brilliant career.
Join Your Poetry Family - The Poetry Society of New York The Poetry Society of New York is a non-profit dedicated to promoting poetry within our culture.

The society accomplishes its mission by creating engaging, one-of-a-kind experiences of poetry; by building meaningful partnerships in the worlds of art, literature, & business; & by fostering healthy & progressive poetry communities in cities across the globe.

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The Poetry Society of New York's 2020 Holiday Fundraiser Featuring Stephanie Berger, Lucas Hunt, Gregg Emery, Kate Belew, Jackie Braje, Imani Sims, Nicholas Adamski, Kyra Jackson, Charley Layton, Emi Bergquist, Jordana Frankel, Shaina Jones, Rae Boyadjis, Frankie Tan, Bernadette McComish, Ryan Leslie Fisher, Gabriel Moreno, and many more from your PSNY family!

It is our mission at PSNY and our passion to create community around art: to build and fortify a culture of intimacy and integrity, to whisper poetry into new ears, to awaken hearts, to build stages and watch as new friends and allies discover the voices they were given to share.

2020 hasn't been a year any of us could have anticipated. It certainly isn't the year we planned out or were hoping for, but somehow, we felt equal to it. Perhaps it's been all of these years of building the ship while also sailing it, of showing up on an island and inventing a festival, of going out on tour and creating immersive theater in spaces we've never seen. Each new environment opens up possibilities, inspires new ideas, brings in new audiences, and even the rough landscape of 2020 has shown us yet again that this is true.

Throughout this year, we at PSNY have toiled, tinkered, and discovered solutions. We have connected with the community we have been building around the world in new ways that will last far beyond the borders of this particular moment. We are excited by this growth, heartened by the opening of these new avenues for communication and collaboration. We are endlessly inspired by our growing community and its will to thrive in the face of such a challenging year.

We hope that you will join us in being equal to this moment, in seeing this ship safely and wholly to a new harbor, where we are all more awake, united, and safe.
The Poetry Brothel ~ Streamers & Dreamers: Wilde Pride (episode 6) It's our Sixth Streamers & Dreamers! The finale episode of the Poetry Brothel's first season of biweekly streaming shows!

This episode features a 30 minute opening set by Gillian Grassie, who started out Episode 1 so long ago, and then our usual array of gorgeousness presided over by Ach, Suzette, Madam Tallula, and Oscar Wilde his own self!

Repaired and improved over the live Facebook feed.
Our theme song and Jose Richard's song are both muted by YouTube for copyright reasons.
Bibi Synthe on Streamers & Dreamers 5/17 More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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Prometheus on Streamers & Dreamers 5/31 More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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Tumbleweed on Streamers & Dreamers 5/31 More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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Jean Paul on Streamers & Dreamers 5/31 More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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Bellocq C. Obscura on Streamers & Dreamers 5/31 More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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Celestial Seraphim performs fire on our "Streamers & Dreamers: Spellbound" show Celeste Verduzco is the lead Artivist at Artivism NOW!

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special Poetry Brothel song enhancements - "Olivia mix" - by joseph o' windows to sky
All Fools Joe King Puppet Noir on Streamers & Dreamers 5/31 More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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The Poetry Brothel ~ Streamers & Dreamers: Spellbound (episode 3) For our Tertiary Episode, New York Poetry Brothel hosts Mister Charley and Lady M are at the wheel, with Madam Tallula and Ach, Suzette in the wings, a Madam and a Poet from the Mexico City brothel ("Prostibulo Poetico"), much much words, mystical realness by Holy Crow, music by Joseph of Windows to Sky, dance by Frankie Tan(imal) and Daddy Ho, and intense Beltane fire by Celeste Verduzco aka Celestial Seraphim!

Aired to an audience of approximately 1,510 souls on facebook 5/3/2020

Livestream operated by Joseph of Windows to Sky
Stefgasm on Streamers & Dreamers 5/31 More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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The Poetry Brothel ~ Streamers & Dreamers: Too Baroque to Function (episode 5) It's our Fifth Streamers & Dreamers, scheduled for the weekend the demonstrations for black lives & against police brutality & in the name of George Floyd (and the many hundreds of victicms of injustice like him) graduated to be one of history's great movements..

This episode features a 30 minute opening set by Miss Federoff, and then our usual array of gorgeousness presided over by New York host Mister Charley, Ach, Suzette in Los Angeles, and San Francisco Madam Rhythm, all in one virtual space for one virtual moment.

Restored, repaired, improved over the live Facebook feed.

Livestream operated by Joseph of Windows to Sky (who also sings a bit in this one)
Storm Large on Streamers & Dreamers 5/17 (part 2) More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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We'll Meet Again, from Streamers & Dreamers More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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IZOHNNY on Streamers & Dreamers 5/17 More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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Alchemical Daughter on Streamers & Dreamers 5/31 More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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Storm Large on Streamers & Dreamers 5/17 (part 1) More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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Rags on Streamers & Dreamers 5/31 More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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Diego Luna and Walt Whitman on Streamers & Dreamers 5/17 More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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Madam Tallula's Literary Submissions on Streamers & Dreamers, 5/17 More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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Moonlight on Streamers & Dreamers 5/31 More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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Mahogany Bardot on Streamers & Dreamers 5/17 More episodes of our streaming shows are on our YouTube; do subscribe

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https://www.poetrysocietyny.org/thepoetstream/Shaina
The Poetry Brothel ~ Streamers & Dreamers: Shelter-in-Lust (episode 4) For our fourth streaming & dreaming show, New York Poetry Brothel hosts Mister Charley and Lady M (Monsignor Heffa... gleffa... ?) guide us along the bejewelled chain of performers, with Madam Tallula of Los Angeles, Madame Louise of Mexico City, that rapscallion Tennessee Pink, and performers from all around the world. Mystical realness by Holy Crow, movement by Miss Tosh and Izohnny, and music by Storm Large!

For the first 30 minutes, our opening act is Gabriel Moreno of the Poetry Brothel London!

Produced in cooperation & admiration with Erika Lust Films!

Aired to an audience of approximately 1,695 souls on facebook 5/17/2020

Livestream operated by Joseph of Windows to Sky
The Poetry Brothel ~ Streamers & Dreamers, episode 2 (East Coastly) For our Second Stream, Ach, Suzette and New York founding member Mister Charley take us on a tour of mostly East Coast performers, scattered as they currently are all around this world... and some other worlds.

Aired to an audience of approximately 1,873 souls on facebook 4/19/2020

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Lux Aeterna reading "Half Hanged Mary" by Margaret Atwood This video is a preview to #poetstream by @poetrybrothel and @poetrysocietyny during #quarantine.

Book a live poetry reading on Poet Stream with Lux: https://www.poetrysocietyny.org/thepoetstream/lux

Lux Aeterna is a queer stripper, near-death experience survivor, and neurodivergent poet from New York. Lux can be found co-facilitating free writing workshops for sex workers, performing pole and poems as part of the New York City Poetry Brothel since 2014, and, of course, at local strip clubs. Lux was most recently published in A Whore's Manifesto anthology with Thorntree Press.

Purchasing a session with Lux will always include poetry, but with your expressed interest, may also include active listening, pole dance, rune divination, and/or custom poetry commissions! Lux, above all else, loves to talk and connect with her patrons. You'll be invited into her living room, perhaps to wine and dine with her, or perhaps by candlelight, and from there we will create the session mood.

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Madam Rhythm reading "Slow Motion For Me" Madam Rhythm reading "Slow Motion For Me" at The Poetry Brothel in El Cid.
Madam Rhythm and Mister Charley performing at Electric Forest 2017 Madam Rhythm and Mister Charley make sweet, beautiful music on a mini harmonica at Electric Forest 2017.
The Poetry Brothel ~ Streamers & Dreamers, episode 1 (West Coastly) For our first foray into this brave new world, Madam Tallula and Ach, Suzette take us on a dreamy journey with their West Coast performers, scattered as they are all around this world... and some other worlds.

Aired to an audience of approximately 1,914 souls on facebook 4/5/2020

Livestream operated by Joseph of Windows to Sky
Emi Bergquist Reading "Gone Again" This video is a preview to #poetstream by @poetrybrothel and @poetrysocietyny during #quarantine.

Emi is a poet, performer, and mixed media artist originally from Idaho, her work often explores the intersection of identity, sexuality, nature, love, and loss. She has lived in Brooklyn since 2015, is an active associate of the Poetry Society of New York, a regular cast member of The Poetry Brothel, and an editor of Milk Press Books. She collects tiny objects, star garnets, and is frequently spotted having tea with Virginia Woolf (& by tea, she means gin). More of her work can be found at https://www.monahmayhem.com/

Follow her on Instagram at @emuloo and @monahmayhem
Book a live poetry reading today on Poet Stream with Emi: https://www.poetrysocietyny.org/thepoetstream/emi
Sarah Simon Reading "Horoscope Bullshit" Sarah Simon aka "Tibia" reading her poem ""Horoscope Bullshit". Book a living reading with Sarah on Poet Stream today!

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The Countess of Castlemaine's Audition Tape The Poetry Brothel NYC ~ The Countess of Castlemaine's Audition Tape ~ @thepoetrywolf
Los Angeles ~ Frankie Tanimal aka Genevieve Evening Prose "Sugared Plums" Frankie Tan aka Tanimal is one of the incredible poets of the flesh
we are so delighted to host. Due to her history as a trained
ballerina, this performance has levels. :) The theme of the show was
"Holiday Office Party!"

Track edited by Joseph of Windows to Sky
Los Angeles ~ Moments from a Poetry Brothel, 2018 Scenes compiled from cell phone videos taken by patrons of the Los
Angeles Poetry Brothel and sent in. Most are from the "Wilde Pride"
show, the very first one presided over by Madam Tallula!

Edited by Joseph of Windows to Sky
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Los Angeles ~ Lena Fumi performs to Windows to Sky's Ladies and Gentlemen Live at the Los Angeles Poetry Brothel to a backing track by Windows
to Sky.

Lena is our usual Los Angeles aerialist, but she is far from usual.
She is also a contortionist, and has a delightful blend of humor and sincerity in her choreography. The theme of the show was "Weird Wilde Pride," so we wanted a circus song (Weird), with a classy vintage bent (like Oscar Wilde), and a touch of coming out (Pride).

As an androgynously gendered person, and one who has done a lot of
circus, this is a song I've wanted to write for a long time. I wrote
and recorded it in about a month, to debut at this Brothel! ~ Joseph
of Windows to Sky

@lena_fumi
@WindowstoSky

This song is now available on bandcamp:
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Los Angeles ~ Poet Intro: Robin Blauwe ~ 12/2019 Madam Tallula and Ach, Suzette introduce the poets at the start of
our Los Angeles show. The theme of the show was "Holiday Office Party!"
Videography by Daniel Sliwa
Los Angeles ~ In So Many Words first performance, 2018 We end every Los Angeles show with Joseph's original Poetry Brothel
song, In So Many Words. The whole cast and audience sings along with
it nowadays, but back in June 2018 this was the first time anyone had
heard it!
Los Angeles ~ Poet Intro: Monsieur Lefèvre ~ 12/2019 Madam Tallula and Ach, Suzette introduce the poets at the start of
our Los Angeles show. The theme of the show was "Holiday Office Party!"
Videography by Daniel Sliwa
Los Angeles ~ Poet Intro: Vesta Vaingloria ~ 12/2019 Madam Tallula and Ach, Suzette introduce the poets at the start of
our Los Angeles show. The theme of the show was "Holiday Office Party!"
Videography by Daniel Sliwa
Electric Forest "Hangar" ~ Secret Poetry Brothel (Part I), 2018 Smartphone video by Joseph of Windows to Sky
Electric Forest "Hangar" ~ Secret Poetry Brothel (Part II), 2018 Smartphone video by Joseph of Windows to Sky
Los Angeles ~ Poet Intros: Echo and Duberry ~ 12/2019 Madam Tallula and Ach, Suzette introduce the poets at the start of
our Los Angeles show. The theme of the show was "Holiday Office Party!"
Videography by Daniel Sliwa
Los Angeles ~ Poet Intro: Jean Paul ~ 12/2019 Madam Tallula and Ach, Suzette introduce the poets at the start of
our Los Angeles show. The theme of the show was "Holiday Office Party!"
Videography by Daniel Sliwa
BRIC TV spotlight on The Poetry Brothel at House of Yes in Brooklyn The Poetry Society of New York's immersive poetry event, The Poetry Brothel, featuring Sweet Megg & The Wayfarers, creators Stephanie Berger and Nicholas Adamski (aka The Madame & Tennessee Pink), Pavlina Vera, Penelope Strangelight, Llewelyn Louise, Santito, Rae of Marz, Mademoiselle Estelle, and more!
Chapter 5 | Verses 78-93 | Free Audiobook Childe Harold's Pilgrimage is a lengthy narrative poem in four parts written by Lord Byron. It was published between 1812 and 1818 and is dedicated to "Ianthe". The poem describes the travels and reflections of a world-weary young man who, disillusioned with a life of pleasure and revelry, looks for distraction in foreign lands. In a wider sense, it is an expression of the melancholy and disillusionment felt by a generation weary of the wars of the post-Revolutionary and Napoleonic eras. The title comes from the term childe, a medieval title for a young man who was a candidate for knighthood. Canto IV describes Harold's travels in Italy. (Summary by Wikipedia and alan mapstone)

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Chapter 4 | The Prophecy of Capys | Free Audiobook The Lays of Ancient Rome comprise four narrative poems comprised by Lord Thomas Babington Macaulay: recalling popular episodes from Roman historical-legends that were strongly moral in tone: exemplifying Roman virtue against Latine perfidy.

The four poems are:

- Horatius - Horatius and two companions seek to hold back a large invading Etruscan force at the far end of a bridge over the Tiber River. The trio are willing to lay down their lives so as to prevent the Etruscans crossing and sacking the otherwise ill-defended Rome: it is a desperate gamble to buy enough time for the Romans to destroy the bridge in advance of the hostile army. But will their efforts succeed?

- The Battle of Lake Regillus - The Romans take arms against the powerful Latine league headed by the expelled Tarquin nobles. The fighting is desperate and bloody: the event is decided only after the arrival upon the battlefield of the twin gods Castor and Pollux.

- Virginia - Virginia is the daughter of Virginius - a poor, honest Roman farmer-citizen. In former years Virginius enlisted as a legionary and shed his blood to fight Rome's enemies: now Virginius - like other Romans of the humbler sort - suffer the usurious exactions of noblemen like the wicked Appius Claudius. Appius Claudius uses spurious legal means to take possession of Virginia as his "runaway slave": action guaranteed to succeed given the incumbent corrupt magistracy. So what can Virginius do? To what extremes is the father forced to protect his only child?

- The Prophecy of Capys - Romulus and Remus return triumphant to the home of their grandfather Capys. When they arrive, Capys - blind and well advanced in years - is seized by a prophetic frenzy: Capys declaims a series of portents describing the future battles and victories destined as the lot of Romulus' descendants.

(Introduction by Godsend)

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Chapter 3 | Part Second | Free Audiobook A ne'er-do-well's life is changed by an encounter with a stubborn animal. - Summary by Matthew Schneider

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Chapter 1 | The Philosophy Of Composition | Free Audiobook Poe’s famous narrative poem and the author’s reflections on its composition. (David Wales)

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Chapter 32 | Una ciudad que pasa | Free Audiobook Libro de viajes de Federico García Lorca, donde recoge sus impresiones y pensamientos íntimos ante la contemplación de distintos lugares de la geografía española que recorrió en su juventud y que como él mismo decía "[i]los recuerdos de viaje son una vuelta a viajar, pero ya con más melancolía y dándose cuenta más intensamente de los encantos de las cosas. (Summary by Epachuko)

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Chapter 43 | Iglesia abandonada | Free Audiobook Libro de viajes de Federico García Lorca, donde recoge sus impresiones y pensamientos íntimos ante la contemplación de distintos lugares de la geografía española que recorrió en su juventud y que como él mismo decía "[i]los recuerdos de viaje son una vuelta a viajar, pero ya con más melancolía y dándose cuenta más intensamente de los encantos de las cosas. (Summary by Epachuko)

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Chapter 45 | Un hospicio en Galicia | Free Audiobook Libro de viajes de Federico García Lorca, donde recoge sus impresiones y pensamientos íntimos ante la contemplación de distintos lugares de la geografía española que recorrió en su juventud y que como él mismo decía "[i]los recuerdos de viaje son una vuelta a viajar, pero ya con más melancolía y dándose cuenta más intensamente de los encantos de las cosas. (Summary by Epachuko)

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Chapter 16 | Los Cristos | Free Audiobook Libro de viajes de Federico García Lorca, donde recoge sus impresiones y pensamientos íntimos ante la contemplación de distintos lugares de la geografía española que recorrió en su juventud y que como él mismo decía "[i]los recuerdos de viaje son una vuelta a viajar, pero ya con más melancolía y dándose cuenta más intensamente de los encantos de las cosas. (Summary by Epachuko)

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Chapter 13 | A Square Deal | Free Audiobook “Digger Smith” is a series of narrative poems about an Australian soldier coming home in the closing months of the Great War minus a leg and with “ANZAC eyes” ... what a later war would call “The Thousand Yard Stare”.
Despite his post-traumatic stress disorder, Digger Smith sets about ministering to everybody’s troubles but his own ... his internal conviction that his amputee status will make him seem “half a man” in the eyes of the lady love he left behind when he went off to the War.
Oh Digger Smith, how little faith you have in woman... - Summary by Son of the Exiles

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Chapter 3 | Ávila | Free Audiobook Libro de viajes de Federico García Lorca, donde recoge sus impresiones y pensamientos íntimos ante la contemplación de distintos lugares de la geografía española que recorrió en su juventud y que como él mismo decía "[i]los recuerdos de viaje son una vuelta a viajar, pero ya con más melancolía y dándose cuenta más intensamente de los encantos de las cosas. (Summary by Epachuko)

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Chapter 11 | The Woman and the Wife | Free Audiobook This is a volume of narrative poems by Edwin Arlington Robinson. - Summary by Carolin

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Chapter 2 | Verses 20-41 | Free Audiobook Childe Harold's Pilgrimage is a lengthy narrative poem in four parts written by Lord Byron. It was published between 1812 and 1818 and is dedicated to "Ianthe". The poem describes the travels and reflections of a world-weary young man who, disillusioned with a life of pleasure and revelry, looks for distraction in foreign lands. In a wider sense, it is an expression of the melancholy and disillusionment felt by a generation weary of the wars of the post-Revolutionary and Napoleonic eras. The title comes from the term childe, a medieval title for a young man who was a candidate for knighthood. Canto IV describes Harold's travels in Italy. (Summary by Wikipedia and alan mapstone)

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Chapter 4 | Verses 60-77 | Free Audiobook Childe Harold's Pilgrimage is a lengthy narrative poem in four parts written by Lord Byron. It was published between 1812 and 1818 and is dedicated to "Ianthe". The poem describes the travels and reflections of a world-weary young man who, disillusioned with a life of pleasure and revelry, looks for distraction in foreign lands. In a wider sense, it is an expression of the melancholy and disillusionment felt by a generation weary of the wars of the post-Revolutionary and Napoleonic eras. The title comes from the term childe, a medieval title for a young man who was a candidate for knighthood. Canto IV describes Harold's travels in Italy. (Summary by Wikipedia and alan mapstone)

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Chapter 33 | XXXIII. Success | Free Audiobook The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp is an autobiography published in 1908 by the Welsh poet and writer W. H. Davies (1871–1940). A large part of the book's subject matter describes the way of life of the tramp in the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States in the final decade of the 19th century. George Bernard Shaw had become interested in Davies, a literary unknown at the time, and had agreed to write a preface for the book, largely through the concerted efforts of his wife Charlotte. Shaw was also instrumental in keeping the unusual title of the book, of which Davies himself was unsure, and which later proved to be controversial with some reviewers. The book was the third published by Davies, having been preceded by The Soul's Destroyer (1905) and New Poems (1907). The 1920 edition of the book concludes with five poems selected by Davies from The Soul's Destroyer. The book was written in the space of six weeks, "a great achievement for a first book by a man with the minimum of education." ( Wikipedia (edited by Expatriate))

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Chapter 1 Arthur Clough provides us with a timeless coming of age story involving a young Englishman studying in Scotland who falls in love. - Summary by Liam Brady

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Chapter 1 | Captain Craig, I | Free Audiobook This is a volume of narrative poems by Edwin Arlington Robinson. - Summary by Carolin

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Chapter 23 | XXIII. Gridling | Free Audiobook The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp is an autobiography published in 1908 by the Welsh poet and writer W. H. Davies (1871–1940). A large part of the book's subject matter describes the way of life of the tramp in the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States in the final decade of the 19th century. George Bernard Shaw had become interested in Davies, a literary unknown at the time, and had agreed to write a preface for the book, largely through the concerted efforts of his wife Charlotte. Shaw was also instrumental in keeping the unusual title of the book, of which Davies himself was unsure, and which later proved to be controversial with some reviewers. The book was the third published by Davies, having been preceded by The Soul's Destroyer (1905) and New Poems (1907). The 1920 edition of the book concludes with five poems selected by Davies from The Soul's Destroyer. The book was written in the space of six weeks, "a great achievement for a first book by a man with the minimum of education." ( Wikipedia (edited by Expatriate))

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Chapter 24 | XXIV. On the Downright | Free Audiobook The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp is an autobiography published in 1908 by the Welsh poet and writer W. H. Davies (1871–1940). A large part of the book's subject matter describes the way of life of the tramp in the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States in the final decade of the 19th century. George Bernard Shaw had become interested in Davies, a literary unknown at the time, and had agreed to write a preface for the book, largely through the concerted efforts of his wife Charlotte. Shaw was also instrumental in keeping the unusual title of the book, of which Davies himself was unsure, and which later proved to be controversial with some reviewers. The book was the third published by Davies, having been preceded by The Soul's Destroyer (1905) and New Poems (1907). The 1920 edition of the book concludes with five poems selected by Davies from The Soul's Destroyer. The book was written in the space of six weeks, "a great achievement for a first book by a man with the minimum of education." ( Wikipedia (edited by Expatriate))

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Chapter 4 | Mesón de Castilla | Free Audiobook Libro de viajes de Federico García Lorca, donde recoge sus impresiones y pensamientos íntimos ante la contemplación de distintos lugares de la geografía española que recorrió en su juventud y que como él mismo decía "[i]los recuerdos de viaje son una vuelta a viajar, pero ya con más melancolía y dándose cuenta más intensamente de los encantos de las cosas. (Summary by Epachuko)

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Chapter 0 | Preface by George Bernard Shaw | Free Audiobook The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp is an autobiography published in 1908 by the Welsh poet and writer W. H. Davies (1871–1940). A large part of the book's subject matter describes the way of life of the tramp in the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States in the final decade of the 19th century. George Bernard Shaw had become interested in Davies, a literary unknown at the time, and had agreed to write a preface for the book, largely through the concerted efforts of his wife Charlotte. Shaw was also instrumental in keeping the unusual title of the book, of which Davies himself was unsure, and which later proved to be controversial with some reviewers. The book was the third published by Davies, having been preceded by The Soul's Destroyer (1905) and New Poems (1907). The 1920 edition of the book concludes with five poems selected by Davies from The Soul's Destroyer. The book was written in the space of six weeks, "a great achievement for a first book by a man with the minimum of education." ( Wikipedia (edited by Expatriate))

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Chapter 2 Arthur Clough provides us with a timeless coming of age story involving a young Englishman studying in Scotland who falls in love. - Summary by Liam Brady

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Chapter 2 | Captain Craig, II | Free Audiobook This is a volume of narrative poems by Edwin Arlington Robinson. - Summary by Carolin

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Chapter 25 | Jardín romántico | Free Audiobook Libro de viajes de Federico García Lorca, donde recoge sus impresiones y pensamientos íntimos ante la contemplación de distintos lugares de la geografía española que recorrió en su juventud y que como él mismo decía "[i]los recuerdos de viaje son una vuelta a viajar, pero ya con más melancolía y dándose cuenta más intensamente de los encantos de las cosas. (Summary by Epachuko)

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Chapter 22 | Jardines | Free Audiobook Libro de viajes de Federico García Lorca, donde recoge sus impresiones y pensamientos íntimos ante la contemplación de distintos lugares de la geografía española que recorrió en su juventud y que como él mismo decía "[i]los recuerdos de viaje son una vuelta a viajar, pero ya con más melancolía y dándose cuenta más intensamente de los encantos de las cosas. (Summary by Epachuko)

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Chapter 0 | Foreword | Free Audiobook Poe’s famous narrative poem and the author’s reflections on its composition. (David Wales)

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Chapter 24 | Huertos de las iglesias ruinosas | Free Audiobook Libro de viajes de Federico García Lorca, donde recoge sus impresiones y pensamientos íntimos ante la contemplación de distintos lugares de la geografía española que recorrió en su juventud y que como él mismo decía "[i]los recuerdos de viaje son una vuelta a viajar, pero ya con más melancolía y dándose cuenta más intensamente de los encantos de las cosas. (Summary by Epachuko)

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Chapter 20 | XX. Hospitality | Free Audiobook The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp is an autobiography published in 1908 by the Welsh poet and writer W. H. Davies (1871–1940). A large part of the book's subject matter describes the way of life of the tramp in the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States in the final decade of the 19th century. George Bernard Shaw had become interested in Davies, a literary unknown at the time, and had agreed to write a preface for the book, largely through the concerted efforts of his wife Charlotte. Shaw was also instrumental in keeping the unusual title of the book, of which Davies himself was unsure, and which later proved to be controversial with some reviewers. The book was the third published by Davies, having been preceded by The Soul's Destroyer (1905) and New Poems (1907). The 1920 edition of the book concludes with five poems selected by Davies from The Soul's Destroyer. The book was written in the space of six weeks, "a great achievement for a first book by a man with the minimum of education." ( Wikipedia (edited by Expatriate))

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Chapter 10 | X. The Cattleman's Office | Free Audiobook The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp is an autobiography published in 1908 by the Welsh poet and writer W. H. Davies (1871–1940). A large part of the book's subject matter describes the way of life of the tramp in the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States in the final decade of the 19th century. George Bernard Shaw had become interested in Davies, a literary unknown at the time, and had agreed to write a preface for the book, largely through the concerted efforts of his wife Charlotte. Shaw was also instrumental in keeping the unusual title of the book, of which Davies himself was unsure, and which later proved to be controversial with some reviewers. The book was the third published by Davies, having been preceded by The Soul's Destroyer (1905) and New Poems (1907). The 1920 edition of the book concludes with five poems selected by Davies from The Soul's Destroyer. The book was written in the space of six weeks, "a great achievement for a first book by a man with the minimum of education." ( Wikipedia (edited by Expatriate))

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Chapter 47 | Calles de ciudad antigua | Free Audiobook Libro de viajes de Federico García Lorca, donde recoge sus impresiones y pensamientos íntimos ante la contemplación de distintos lugares de la geografía española que recorrió en su juventud y que como él mismo decía "[i]los recuerdos de viaje son una vuelta a viajar, pero ya con más melancolía y dándose cuenta más intensamente de los encantos de las cosas. (Summary by Epachuko)

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Chapter 48 | El Duero | Free Audiobook Libro de viajes de Federico García Lorca, donde recoge sus impresiones y pensamientos íntimos ante la contemplación de distintos lugares de la geografía española que recorrió en su juventud y que como él mismo decía "[i]los recuerdos de viaje son una vuelta a viajar, pero ya con más melancolía y dándose cuenta más intensamente de los encantos de las cosas. (Summary by Epachuko)

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Chapter 2 | The Battle of the Lake Regillus | Free Audiobook The Lays of Ancient Rome comprise four narrative poems comprised by Lord Thomas Babington Macaulay: recalling popular episodes from Roman historical-legends that were strongly moral in tone: exemplifying Roman virtue against Latine perfidy.

The four poems are:

- Horatius - Horatius and two companions seek to hold back a large invading Etruscan force at the far end of a bridge over the Tiber River. The trio are willing to lay down their lives so as to prevent the Etruscans crossing and sacking the otherwise ill-defended Rome: it is a desperate gamble to buy enough time for the Romans to destroy the bridge in advance of the hostile army. But will their efforts succeed?

- The Battle of Lake Regillus - The Romans take arms against the powerful Latine league headed by the expelled Tarquin nobles. The fighting is desperate and bloody: the event is decided only after the arrival upon the battlefield of the twin gods Castor and Pollux.

- Virginia - Virginia is the daughter of Virginius - a poor, honest Roman farmer-citizen. In former years Virginius enlisted as a legionary and shed his blood to fight Rome's enemies: now Virginius - like other Romans of the humbler sort - suffer the usurious exactions of noblemen like the wicked Appius Claudius. Appius Claudius uses spurious legal means to take possession of Virginia as his "runaway slave": action guaranteed to succeed given the incumbent corrupt magistracy. So what can Virginius do? To what extremes is the father forced to protect his only child?

- The Prophecy of Capys - Romulus and Remus return triumphant to the home of their grandfather Capys. When they arrive, Capys - blind and well advanced in years - is seized by a prophetic frenzy: Capys declaims a series of portents describing the future battles and victories destined as the lot of Romulus' descendants.

(Introduction by Godsend)

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Chapter 3 | Virginia | Free Audiobook The Lays of Ancient Rome comprise four narrative poems comprised by Lord Thomas Babington Macaulay: recalling popular episodes from Roman historical-legends that were strongly moral in tone: exemplifying Roman virtue against Latine perfidy.

The four poems are:

- Horatius - Horatius and two companions seek to hold back a large invading Etruscan force at the far end of a bridge over the Tiber River. The trio are willing to lay down their lives so as to prevent the Etruscans crossing and sacking the otherwise ill-defended Rome: it is a desperate gamble to buy enough time for the Romans to destroy the bridge in advance of the hostile army. But will their efforts succeed?

- The Battle of Lake Regillus - The Romans take arms against the powerful Latine league headed by the expelled Tarquin nobles. The fighting is desperate and bloody: the event is decided only after the arrival upon the battlefield of the twin gods Castor and Pollux.

- Virginia - Virginia is the daughter of Virginius - a poor, honest Roman farmer-citizen. In former years Virginius enlisted as a legionary and shed his blood to fight Rome's enemies: now Virginius - like other Romans of the humbler sort - suffer the usurious exactions of noblemen like the wicked Appius Claudius. Appius Claudius uses spurious legal means to take possession of Virginia as his "runaway slave": action guaranteed to succeed given the incumbent corrupt magistracy. So what can Virginius do? To what extremes is the father forced to protect his only child?

- The Prophecy of Capys - Romulus and Remus return triumphant to the home of their grandfather Capys. When they arrive, Capys - blind and well advanced in years - is seized by a prophetic frenzy: Capys declaims a series of portents describing the future battles and victories destined as the lot of Romulus' descendants.

(Introduction by Godsend)

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Chapter 2 | Canto Second | Free Audiobook In stunning narrative poetry, the story begins during the time when Robert Bruce, Earl of Carrick has been hunted out of Scotland into exile by the English and their allies. Bruce returns over sea from the Island of Rachrin: but is forced to land close to hostile forces at Artonish Castle on the seacoast of Argylshire. Seeking refuge from tempestuous seas, Bruce begs shelter from Ronald, Lord of the Isles: inadvertently on the day of his marriage feast to the beautiful Edith of Lorn.

Bruce's very presence is enough to interrupt the nuptials and to break up the festivities: the guests quickly polarise into two armed and equally matched factions: one ready to raise Bruce to the Scottish crown, the other ready to slay him for desecration and murder. The combatants are dispersed with no bloodshed only by the combined offices of Lord Ronald himself, aided by a visiting Abbot: whereupon Bruce quickly removes himself to first the Island of Sky, and then Ayrshire: raising the an army willing to rout the English and re-establish Scottish independence.

Bruce begins to win a steady stream of victories as his armies march inevitably towards Bannockburn. There, Bruce confronts Scotland's formidable enemy - led by the son of the Hammer of the Scots: the English outnumbering the Scots by more than two to one.

- Can Bruce - the so-called fugitive, traitor, and turn-coat - succeed against the massed might of England?
- Will the beautiful Edith choose to side with her blood-relations - who fight for England; or with Lord Ronald, her betrothed - who marches to battle behind Scotland's Bruce?

(Introduction by Godsend)

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Chapter 4 | Canto Fourth | Free Audiobook In stunning narrative poetry, the story begins during the time when Robert Bruce, Earl of Carrick has been hunted out of Scotland into exile by the English and their allies. Bruce returns over sea from the Island of Rachrin: but is forced to land close to hostile forces at Artonish Castle on the seacoast of Argylshire. Seeking refuge from tempestuous seas, Bruce begs shelter from Ronald, Lord of the Isles: inadvertently on the day of his marriage feast to the beautiful Edith of Lorn.

Bruce's very presence is enough to interrupt the nuptials and to break up the festivities: the guests quickly polarise into two armed and equally matched factions: one ready to raise Bruce to the Scottish crown, the other ready to slay him for desecration and murder. The combatants are dispersed with no bloodshed only by the combined offices of Lord Ronald himself, aided by a visiting Abbot: whereupon Bruce quickly removes himself to first the Island of Sky, and then Ayrshire: raising the an army willing to rout the English and re-establish Scottish independence.

Bruce begins to win a steady stream of victories as his armies march inevitably towards Bannockburn. There, Bruce confronts Scotland's formidable enemy - led by the son of the Hammer of the Scots: the English outnumbering the Scots by more than two to one.

- Can Bruce - the so-called fugitive, traitor, and turn-coat - succeed against the massed might of England?
- Will the beautiful Edith choose to side with her blood-relations - who fight for England; or with Lord Ronald, her betrothed - who marches to battle behind Scotland's Bruce?

(Introduction by Godsend)

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Chapter 5 | Canto Fifth | Free Audiobook In stunning narrative poetry, the story begins during the time when Robert Bruce, Earl of Carrick has been hunted out of Scotland into exile by the English and their allies. Bruce returns over sea from the Island of Rachrin: but is forced to land close to hostile forces at Artonish Castle on the seacoast of Argylshire. Seeking refuge from tempestuous seas, Bruce begs shelter from Ronald, Lord of the Isles: inadvertently on the day of his marriage feast to the beautiful Edith of Lorn.

Bruce's very presence is enough to interrupt the nuptials and to break up the festivities: the guests quickly polarise into two armed and equally matched factions: one ready to raise Bruce to the Scottish crown, the other ready to slay him for desecration and murder. The combatants are dispersed with no bloodshed only by the combined offices of Lord Ronald himself, aided by a visiting Abbot: whereupon Bruce quickly removes himself to first the Island of Sky, and then Ayrshire: raising the an army willing to rout the English and re-establish Scottish independence.

Bruce begins to win a steady stream of victories as his armies march inevitably towards Bannockburn. There, Bruce confronts Scotland's formidable enemy - led by the son of the Hammer of the Scots: the English outnumbering the Scots by more than two to one.

- Can Bruce - the so-called fugitive, traitor, and turn-coat - succeed against the massed might of England?
- Will the beautiful Edith choose to side with her blood-relations - who fight for England; or with Lord Ronald, her betrothed - who marches to battle behind Scotland's Bruce?

(Introduction by Godsend)

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Chapter 1 | Canto First | Free Audiobook In stunning narrative poetry, the story begins during the time when Robert Bruce, Earl of Carrick has been hunted out of Scotland into exile by the English and their allies. Bruce returns over sea from the Island of Rachrin: but is forced to land close to hostile forces at Artonish Castle on the seacoast of Argylshire. Seeking refuge from tempestuous seas, Bruce begs shelter from Ronald, Lord of the Isles: inadvertently on the day of his marriage feast to the beautiful Edith of Lorn.

Bruce's very presence is enough to interrupt the nuptials and to break up the festivities: the guests quickly polarise into two armed and equally matched factions: one ready to raise Bruce to the Scottish crown, the other ready to slay him for desecration and murder. The combatants are dispersed with no bloodshed only by the combined offices of Lord Ronald himself, aided by a visiting Abbot: whereupon Bruce quickly removes himself to first the Island of Sky, and then Ayrshire: raising the an army willing to rout the English and re-establish Scottish independence.

Bruce begins to win a steady stream of victories as his armies march inevitably towards Bannockburn. There, Bruce confronts Scotland's formidable enemy - led by the son of the Hammer of the Scots: the English outnumbering the Scots by more than two to one.

- Can Bruce - the so-called fugitive, traitor, and turn-coat - succeed against the massed might of England?
- Will the beautiful Edith choose to side with her blood-relations - who fight for England; or with Lord Ronald, her betrothed - who marches to battle behind Scotland's Bruce?

(Introduction by Godsend)

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