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Thread: Podcast seven is poetry heaven

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    Member Neetu's Avatar
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    I can't get to it! What do I need to click?

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    I can love my fellow man, but I'm damned if I'll love yours.
    Just because I don't care, doesn't mean I don't understand.

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    It is fascinating to hear how freestyle poetry comes alive when the poet demonstrates just how their work should be expressed.


    I hope we can look forward to lots more of these podcasts. Thanks to the whole team that brought this one together and a special thanks to Non Serviam for an awesome job.

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    A mighty congrats and praise to all the readers and to PiP and NS for putting together this delightful podcast. I listened to it on my lunch break at work.

    The direction that the podcast is going in is lovely and I'm happy to see it's potential on the rise. Everyone had such lovely voices. I commend you all for being bold and allowing yourselves to be heard.

    It will be a treat when the next podcast arrives for our waiting ears.

    A lovely, lovely job.
    ".... But if the while I think on thee, dear friend,
    All losses are restored and sorrows end."
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    Brilliant job, everyone involved - Thank you very much.

    listening to the various poets was fascinating - and kinda wonderful.

    the podcast certainly highlights the transatlantic nature of WF
    and, perhaps, it would be nice to hear some further-flung accents in future shows.

    cheers
    Ned

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    Very nice, ladies and gentlemen! Enjoyed listening to voices read some lovely poems.

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    ... it was interesting to hear you read your own poems. Thank you!

    Dare I say I look forward to the next one or will it send you screaming for the hills?
    It was interesting to hear other's read their own poems and I do thank you sincerely! Don't ever ask me to read mine out loud 'cause I will run into the hills screaming!! I have a problem with my voice.
    Nellie

    "I have my books and my poetry to protect me
    I am shielded in my armor, hiding in my room,
    safe within my womb
    I touch no one and no one touches me
    I am a rock, I am an island."
    ~Simon & Garfunkel

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