Short Poetry Collection 218


Read by LibriVox Volunteers

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This is a collection of 43 poems read in English by LibriVox volunteers for July 2021. (1 hr 32 min)

Chapters

Absence 1:07 Read by Larry Wilson
An Allergory on Man 5:11 Read by Craig Campbell
April 1:15 Read by Newgatenovelist
Autumn 2:38 Read by Newgatenovelist
Bad Sir Brian Botany 2:16 Read by Scotty Smith
A Ballad of Two Knights 1:25 Read by mleigh
Between Us Now 1:15 Read by Peter Thomlinson
The Boy 1:20 Read by Refilwe Baloyi
Burial 0:49 Read by mleigh
If You Should Cease to Love Me 1:58 Read by Larry Wilson
Conversation Galante 1:00 Read by Refilwe Baloyi
The Cremation of Sam McGee 5:30 Read by Jeremy Clark
Diet (excerpt from The Art of Preserving Health) 6:00 Read by Craig Campbell
Fireflies 1:10 Read by Ike Sherr
The Hermit 3:26 Read by Craig Campbell
In an Artist's Studio 1:08 Read by Julie Allan
The Inconsistent 1:04 Read by Avantika
Indeed Indeed I Cannot Tell 0:49 Read by Veronica Maresh Mead
The Invitation 4:07 Read by Bruce Kachuk
Mathematical Problem in Verse 1:42 Read by Darrell Nobles
The Neighbour 0:46 Read by Refilwe Baloyi
The Night 0:43 Read by Veronica Maresh Mead
Our Little Ghost 2:39 Read by Lily1326
The Poster Girl 1:48 Read by Ike Sherr
The Question 3:00 Read by Bruce Kachuk
Reluctance 1:26 Read by NR Collard
Remorse 2:26 Read by Bruce Kachuk
The Ride of Collins Graves 3:27 Read by Mozartjr
Seasons of her year 0:56 Read by Avantika
Sister Maude 1:50 Read by mleigh
Song 1:03 Read by NR Collard
Sonnet 116 1:12 Read by Cavaet
Sonnet (Lift not the painted veil which those who live) 1:12 Read by Arden
Sonnet: Political Greatness 1:12 Read by Arden
Sonnet XLIV 1:17 Read by Winston Tharp
Teddy Bear 5:14 Read by Scotty Smith
Terence, this is stupid stuff 3:45 Read by Winston Tharp
To Earthward 1:30 Read by Winston Tharp
The Touch of the Master's Hand 1:30 Read by MaybeCordelia
Trade Winds 1:07 Read by NR Collard
The Walrus and the Carpenter 4:16 Read by Julie Allan
The Witchery of the Moon 3:22 Read by Newgatenovelist
Wordsworth 1:18 Read by Ike Sherr