Category Archive: Audio Poetry

Apr 09

The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost

My son was having to memorize Robert Frost’s The Road Not Taken for school, which was always a poem I remembered fondly when I read it as a kid.  So to help him I decided to record it and put it as an mp3 that he can listen to to help with memorization as well …

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Dec 25

Poem: The Christmas Box

Another famous poem I decided to read aloud and share with my poetry fans.  Merry Christmas everyone! The Christmas-Box THIS box, mine own sweet darling, thou wilt find With many a varied sweetmeat’s form supplied; The fruits are they of holy Christmas tide, But baked indeed, for children’s use design’d. I’d fain, in speeches sweet …

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Dec 22

Poem: Before the Ice

In keeping with doing a few holiday poems this year that I record and share, here is one by Emily Dickinson called Before the Ice. Before the Ice “Before the ice is in the pools, Before the skaters go, Or any cheek at nightfall Is tarnished by the snow, Before the fields have finished, Before …

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Dec 14

Famous Christmas Poem: What I Should Like

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Did an audio recording of What I Should Like which was written by Jennie D. Moore and was inspired when my son had this poem as his 1st grade poetry reading assignment.  It was appropriate for the time of year. Here is the written poem, enjoy. What I Should Like On Christmas eve I’d like …

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Aug 27

Good Old Country Fair: Random Twitter Poem for Aug 27th


Today’s Twitter poem is appropriate for fall coming upon us fairly soon and with Labor Day approaching, the poem is about small time fairs and events and always brings a smile to my face.  I wrote it to be a little comical and make for a fun read to a child too. Today’s poem used …

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