In which I read 4 poems as the dandelions have gone to seed.
I think reading is a good practice–it taps a bit into our own psyches as writers, and also into discipline–helps to form our rhythms, knowing how our syllables stress and unstress and how the beats fall–it’s helped me a lot with understanding the mysteries of meter, which were once impenetrable. I am visual myself, and had to read along as you spoke, but I know many just tend to ‘get’ the poem more if they can hear it, so that’s good, too. Thanks for the effort that went into this, Ray. Enjoyed it.
thank you. i don’t know much about technology, but wordpress has an easy way to post audio over the phone. I do these from time to time
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Ray Sharp, The Bard of Liminga