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The Ezra Klein Show
A Conversation With Ada Limón, in Six Poems

The Ezra Klein Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 77:09


​​“One of the biggest things about poetry is that it holds all of humanity,” the poet Ada Limón tells me. “It holds the huge and enormous and tumbling sphere of human emotions.”When the news feels sodden with violence and division, it can be hard to know where to put the difficult emotions it provokes. Poetry may seem an unlikely destination for those emotions, especially to those who don't read it regularly. But Limón's poems are unique for the deep attention they pay to both the world's wounds and its redemptive beauty. In otherwise dark times, they have the power to open us up to the wonder and awe that the world still inspires.Limón's books of poetry — like her 2018 collection, “The Carrying,” which won the National Book Critics Circle Award, and her 2015 collection, “Bright Dead Things” — are filled with meditations on grief and infertility, as well as striking moments of insight about friendship, lust and our fellowship with animals. Her most recent book, “The Hurting Kind,” explores what it means to share the planet with nonhuman beings like birds and trees. Limón describes the marvels of Kentucky's rural landscape and the dusky beauty of a New York City bar with equal care. Her writing is highly acclaimed by fellow poets and also delightfully accessible to those who have never before picked up a book of poetry.Limón is a lively reader of her own poetry, so to structure this conversation, I asked her to read a varied selection of her work. We use those readings to discuss what poetry gives us that the news doesn't, the importance of slowing down in a world that demands speed, how the grief of infertility differs from that of losing a loved one, how to be “in community” with ancestors and animals in lonely times, why Limón loves “chatty” and humorous poems as much as serious ones, why we often have our best thoughts in cars and on planes, how Instagram and Twitter affect our relationship to the world, why Limón meditates every day, how our relationship to excitement changes as we age and more.Book Recommendations:Stones by Kevin YoungFrank: Sonnets by Diane SeussPostcolonial Love Poem by Natalie DiazThoughts? Guest suggestions? Email us at ezrakleinshow@nytimes.com.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more episodes of “The Ezra Klein Show” at nytimes.com/ezra-klein-podcast, and you can find Ezra on Twitter @ezraklein. Book recommendations from all our guests are listed at https://www.nytimes.com/article/ezra-klein-show-book-recs.“The Ezra Klein Show” is produced by Annie Galvin, Jeff Geld and Rogé Karma; fact-checking by Haylee Millikan; original music by Isaac Jones and Jeff Geld; mixing by Jeff Geld; audience strategy by Shannon Busta. Our executive producer is Irene Noguchi. Special thanks to Kristin Lin, Kristina Samulewski, Rebecca Elise Foote and Jahan Ramazani.

The Nutrition Translator Podcast
Medicine Song (Icaro): Sequoia

The Nutrition Translator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 7:00


Ayahuasca forms the foundation of the indigenous plant medicine traditions of the Western Amazonian Shamanism, but the dieta plays a crucial role in building upon that foundation. It could be considered the support beams of the tradition, upon which the rest of the structure is built. So what is a dieta? In simple terms, a dieta is a contract made between a curandero, or student of curanderismo, and a particular plant spirit. For several days the dieter communes with the plant with no other distractions. No salt, sugar, spices, sex, touching others, electronics, or distractions. Food choices are limited to plantains, veggies and also fish if not vegetarian. The purpose of the dieta is to build a relationship with the plant spirit, and just like with building relationships with other people, the more sincere, honest, and well-intentioned attention a dieter gives to the plant spirit, the better the relationship will be. The spirit of the plant can be felt on subtle levels and dieters can become more aware of those sensations by directing their attention to them. A special bond is formed, a friendship between the dieter and the plant spirit. It is through this friendship that the curandero or student receives benefit from the relationship, the fruits of the dieta. This new friend provides information, guidance, and energy to assist in their personal healing process & can then call in these spirits into Ayahuasca ceremony to assist the passengers in their healing process. When dieting Sequoia last September, I experienced this massive tree as a gentle giant. His spirit was a beautiful purple color and this sweet melody came to me softly as I was looking out the window into the bright sky. As I hummed the melody the words & teachings came shortly after. Sequoia brings a sense of grounding and stability. If you are feeling swept up by life right now, listen to this Icaro to help calm your sweet soul back to your heart. Much love, Colleen

The New Mind Creator
Ep #232 Alexia Bartholomew Whose Poems Are In The Library Of Congress, Shares Being Sexually Abused By Family Members, Low Self Esteem & Being Bullied At School

The New Mind Creator

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 52:43


Alexia Bartholomew was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Through her journey, she has worn the hats of a soldier, veteran, college graduate, overcomer and now a writer. She has written poems like "I Am Eagle, Watch Me Soar", "I Am”, and "Surrender To Your Presence" which is currently in the Library of Congress. "You're Not The Only One…who has been hurt, violated, abused and has Overcome" is her second self-published book that encourages people to remember that they are not the only one going through things in life. Her first book, Father Give Me Heart, is available for purchases in stores and online at places like Amazon, Words Unite Bookstore and Barnes and Noble. Alexia currently resides in San Antonio, Texas where she is currently enjoying food (except pig feet), hanging out at SeaWorld and enjoying the diversity of cultures that the city, San Antonio, has to offer. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/new-mind-creator/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/new-mind-creator/support

Me Reading Stuff
Episode 363: Chika Sagawa - Composition in Three Primary Colors

Me Reading Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 21:45


"The post office is a mile away." -Chika Sagawa "Forgive yourself, forgive others, buy those refried beans." - MeLINKS:Buy The Collected Poems of Chika Sagawa here: https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780593230015Info on my show AMERICAN ANIMALS here: https://www.inglettgallery.com/exhibitions/191-robyn-o-neil-american-animals-april-28-2022-june-4/overview/Online Viewing Room for AMERICAN ANIMALS: https://www.inglettgallery.com/viewing-room/42-robyn-o-neil-american-animals/Catalogue for AMERICAN ANIMALS: https://en.calameo.com/susan-inglett-gallery/read/006031000dd8300a9821f?pagefxopacity=0My website: www.robynoneil.comMe on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robyn_oneil/?hl=enMe on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Robyn_ONeilHandwritten Notes: https://www.instagram.com/handwrittennotesontv/

Becoming Buddha Cross River Meditation Center Podcast
This sutta is also a part of our Therigatha & Theragatha - Poems From The Original Sangha Structured Study

Becoming Buddha Cross River Meditation Center Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 24:50


This is a recording from Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey. Our Dhamma classes are streamed live on Tuesday at 7:15 pm, Thursday at 2:15 pm, and Saturday at 8:30 am Eastern Us Time.  Please support  future recordings and the continued restoration, preservation, and presentation of the Buddha's Dhamma, please consider a donation: Support John and B ecoming-Buddha.com  There are guided Jhana meditations, more than 300 restored Suttas and 800 Dhamma class recordings at Becoming-Buddha.com Each Dhamma class will have a Jhana meditation session followed by my Dhamma talk and Sangha discussion. We conclude with mindfulness of Metta.   My talks and classes can be joined live:   Through your web browse: https://zoom.us/j/9083919079  Through your Android device here: Zoom Android App  Through your IOS device here: Zoom IOS Ap   New audio and video recordings are posted typically within twenty-four hours post-class:   Podcast/Audio Archive   Video Archive   If you are subscribed to my Podcast on Podbean or iTunes, you will receive notifications when new videos are posted.   To schedule private individual or group Dhamma instruction via video conference please  Email John

Million Bazillion
We’re looking for your money jokes, poems and tips!

Million Bazillion

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 1:02


Hey Million Bazillionaires! We’re coming back soon for an all-new season of “Million Bazillion,” answering the questions you have about money! This season, Bridget’s joined by a new co-host, Ryan, and they need your help! With the permission of your grown-ups, we’d love to hear your money jokes, money poems and best money tips so we can feature them on the podcast! Send them to us using this online form. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Marketplace All-in-One
We’re looking for your money jokes, poems and tips!

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 1:02


Hey Million Bazillionaires! We’re coming back soon for an all-new season of “Million Bazillion,” answering the questions you have about money! This season, Bridget’s joined by a new co-host, Ryan, and they need your help! With the permission of your grown-ups, we’d love to hear your money jokes, money poems and best money tips so we can feature them on the podcast! Send them to us using this online form. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Open Windows Podcast
Jonas Zdanys Open Windows Poems and Translations

Open Windows Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 27:42


Poetry written in English thrives across the world. Those of us in the United States often forget that we are not the only voices of poetry in our native language.  And we forget, too, that the Northern Hemisphere is not the only locus for English language poetry. So today I read poems by three Australian poets who have been strong voices on the Australian poetic stage: Robert Drummond, Grant Fraser, and Edward Reilly. I begin with a poem for Ukraine by Halyna Kruk.

Balanced Mind with Julie Potiker
Healing Compassion Meditation with poem, "All of Us Here"

Balanced Mind with Julie Potiker

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 19:03


In this healing compassion meditation, you'll use your breath to find out what it is you need right now. Julie Potiker completes the meditation with the poem, "All of Us Here", by Jessica Kantrowitz, from her book, 'Blessings for the Long Night, Poems and Meditations to Help You Through Depression'.All of Us Here Out of everyone here, there arethose who found pockets of peace todayand those who could not.Among us, there arethose whose hearts liftedat the song of a birdfrom a newly opened window.And those who heard and closed the windowbecause the bird's joy was so at odds withour sorrow.Do you hear the birdsongright now, where you are?If you don't, it's okay.Stay here with us.We'll wait till you do.by Jessica Kantrowitz, from her book, Blessings for the Long Night.Get the latest on mindfulness and meditation by subscribing to Julie Potiker's YouTube channel and Facebook page at Mindful Methods for Life. You can learn about mindfulness at www.MindfulMethodsForLife.com and also in Julie's newly released book, "Life Falls Apart, But You Don't Have To: Mindful Methods For Staying Calm In The Midst Of Chaos", available on Amazon.com. Her podcast is "Balanced Mind with Julie Potiker", available on iTunes, iHeart, and everywhere you listen to podcasts.

The Nutrition Translator Podcast
124 - Stranger Things with Mr. Clarke | Randy Havens

The Nutrition Translator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 85:14


Today I have on the show Randy Havens! You may know him best from Stranger Things (2016) playing middle school teacher, Mr. Clarke, Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) playing Dr. Tim Mancini, and Instant Family (2018) playing Michael. I know Randy because we have been drinking Ayahuasca together for about a year. I wanted to invite Randy on to talk all things, stranger things…including the very strange world of Ayahuasca! https://www.instagram.com/mrrandyhavens/

Audio Poem of the Day
Five Poems about Poetry

Audio Poem of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 3:09


By George Oppen

Quotomania
Quotomania 224: Vita Sackville West

Quotomania

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 1:30


Subscribe to Quotomania on Simplecast or search for Quotomania on your favorite podcast app!Vita Sackville-West, an English poet, novelist, journalist, diarist, member of the Bloomsbury Group, and muse of Virginia Woolf, was born Victoria Mary Sackville-West in Knole, Kent, England on March 9, 1892. West was the author of seventeen novels and nine works of nonfiction, particularly books about gardening. By the time she was eighteen, she had written eight novels and five plays. She published her first poetry collection, Poems of West and East (John Lane Company), a volume of twenty-one poems, in October 1917. Her other works of poetry include her Collected Poems (Hogarth Press, 1933) and the pastoral epic The Land (William Heinemann Ltd., 1926), both of which separately won the Hawthornden Prize for Imaginative Literature. She also translated a volume of Rainer Maria Rilke's elegies into English. In the 1940s, West was named Companion of Honor for her contributions to literature. West died at home at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent, England on June 2, 1962.From https://poets.org/poet/vita-sackville-west. For more information about Vita Sackville-West:Twelve Days: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/twelve-days-vita-sackville-west/1120454882“The Fabulous Forgotten Life of Vita-Sackville West”: https://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2020/03/31/the-fabulous-forgotten-life-of-vita-sackville-west/“Who Was Vita Sackville-West?”: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/who-was-vita-sackville-west

Composer of the Week
Vaughan Williams Today 2/4

Composer of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 79:37


All this month, Donald Macleod takes a fresh look at this much loved composer as part of Radio 3's 'Vaughan Williams Today' season, celebrating the 150th anniversary of his birth. He'll unpack Vaughan Williams' life story in fascinating detail over the course of four weeks and leading authorities on the composer will join him to share their new perspectives. They'll be exploring some of the overlooked aspects of his life and music, as well as the qualities that have left such an enduring imprint on British cultural life. This week Donald chronicles Vaughan Williams' life through the years 1914 to 1930. When War was declared, although he was 42 Vaughan Williams immediately joined up. He was accepted as an ambulance orderly with the rank of private. Throughout the War, wherever he was posted throughout Europe, he made music with anyone and everyone. He spent much of his spare time starting up a singing class, training a choir, getting together whoever was available, whenever they had a break in their duties. Even though he didn't “compose” during the war years, his own music did stir. He said of his 3rd Symphony, “a great deal of it incubated when I used to go up night after night with the ambulance wagon at Ecoivres and we went up a steep hill and there was a wonderful Corot-like landscape in the sunset – it's not really lambkins frisking at all, as most people take for granted.” Music Featured: A Cotswold Romance (The Men of Cotsall) Lord Thou Hast Been Our Refuge Symphony No 3 "Pastoral Symphony" - IV. Lento Motion and Stillness (4 Poems by Fredegond Shove) 'Four Nights' and 'The New Ghost' (4 Poems by Fredegond Shove) The Lark Ascending O Clap Your Hands Concerto Accademico Piano Suite in G Major (excerpt) Mass in G minor In Windsor Forest (Falstaff And The Fairies) The Pilgrim's Progress - Act IV Scene 2 “The Shepherds of the Delectable Mountains' (excerpt) The Pilgrim's Progress - Act III Scene 1 “I buy the truth!” (excerpt) Riders to the Sea (Where is she?) Riders to the Sea (They are all gone now) Job – A Masque for Dancing (excerpt) Valliant for Truth Old King Cole Sancta Civitas Merciless Beauty, Three Rondels by Geoffrey Chaucer Flos Campi O vos omnes Job – A Masque for Dancing 3 Poems by Walt Whitman (Nocturne) 3 Choral Hymns Sir John in Love (excerpt) Presented by Donald Macleod Produced by Rosie Boulton For full track listings, including artist and recording details, and to listen to the pieces featured in full (for 30 days after broadcast) head to the series page https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0016rjd And you can delve into the A-Z of all the composers we've featured on Composer of the Week here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/3cjHdZlXwL7W41XGB77X3S0/composers-a-to-z

Becoming Buddha Cross River Meditation Center Podcast
Therigatha & Theragatha - Poems From The Original Sangha Structured Study Class 1 Mitakali - A Nun's Path Completed

Becoming Buddha Cross River Meditation Center Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 16:23


This is a recording from Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey. Our Dhamma classes are streamed live on Tuesday at 7:15 pm, Thursday at 2:15 pm, and Saturday at 8:30 am Eastern Us Time.  Please support  future recordings and the continued restoration, preservation, and presentation of the Buddha's Dhamma, please consider a donation: Support John and B ecoming-Buddha.com  There are guided Jhana meditations, more than 300 restored Suttas and 800 Dhamma class recordings at Becoming-Buddha.com Each Dhamma class will have a Jhana meditation session followed by my Dhamma talk and Sangha discussion. We conclude with mindfulness of Metta.   My talks and classes can be joined live:   Through your web browse: https://zoom.us/j/9083919079  Through your Android device here: Zoom Android App  Through your IOS device here: Zoom IOS Ap   New audio and video recordings are posted typically within twenty-four hours post-class:   Podcast/Audio Archive   Video Archive   If you are subscribed to my Podcast on Podbean or iTunes, you will receive notifications when new videos are posted.   To schedule private individual or group Dhamma instruction via video conference please  Email John

New Books in African American Studies
Cynthia Parker-Ohene, "Daughters of Harriet: Poems" (UP of Colorado, 2022)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 24:25


Drawing inspiration from the life of Harriet Tubman, Cynthia Parker-Ohene's poetic narratives follow a historical arc of consciousness of Black folks: mislaid in potters' fields and catalogued with other misbegotten souls, now unsettled as the unknown Black denominator. Who loved them? Who turned them away? Who dismembered their souls? In death, they are the institutionalized marked Black bodies assigned to parcels, scourged beneath plastic sheets identified as a number among Harriets as black, marked bodies. These poems speak to how the warehousing of enslaved and somewhat free beings belies their humanity through past performances in reformatories, workhouses, and hospitals for the negro insane. To whom did their Black lives belong? How are Black grrls socialized within the family to be out in the world? What is the beingness of Black women? How have the Harriets--the descended daughters of Harriet Tubman--confronted issues of caste and multiple oppressions? The poems in Daughters of Harriet: Poems (UP of Colorado, 2022) give voice to the unspeakable, the unreachable, the multiple Black selves waiting to become. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

New Books in Literature
Cynthia Parker-Ohene, "Daughters of Harriet: Poems" (UP of Colorado, 2022)

New Books in Literature

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 24:25


Drawing inspiration from the life of Harriet Tubman, Cynthia Parker-Ohene's poetic narratives follow a historical arc of consciousness of Black folks: mislaid in potters' fields and catalogued with other misbegotten souls, now unsettled as the unknown Black denominator. Who loved them? Who turned them away? Who dismembered their souls? In death, they are the institutionalized marked Black bodies assigned to parcels, scourged beneath plastic sheets identified as a number among Harriets as black, marked bodies. These poems speak to how the warehousing of enslaved and somewhat free beings belies their humanity through past performances in reformatories, workhouses, and hospitals for the negro insane. To whom did their Black lives belong? How are Black grrls socialized within the family to be out in the world? What is the beingness of Black women? How have the Harriets--the descended daughters of Harriet Tubman--confronted issues of caste and multiple oppressions? The poems in Daughters of Harriet: Poems (UP of Colorado, 2022) give voice to the unspeakable, the unreachable, the multiple Black selves waiting to become. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature

New Books Network
Cynthia Parker-Ohene, "Daughters of Harriet: Poems" (UP of Colorado, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 24:25


Drawing inspiration from the life of Harriet Tubman, Cynthia Parker-Ohene's poetic narratives follow a historical arc of consciousness of Black folks: mislaid in potters' fields and catalogued with other misbegotten souls, now unsettled as the unknown Black denominator. Who loved them? Who turned them away? Who dismembered their souls? In death, they are the institutionalized marked Black bodies assigned to parcels, scourged beneath plastic sheets identified as a number among Harriets as black, marked bodies. These poems speak to how the warehousing of enslaved and somewhat free beings belies their humanity through past performances in reformatories, workhouses, and hospitals for the negro insane. To whom did their Black lives belong? How are Black grrls socialized within the family to be out in the world? What is the beingness of Black women? How have the Harriets--the descended daughters of Harriet Tubman--confronted issues of caste and multiple oppressions? The poems in Daughters of Harriet: Poems (UP of Colorado, 2022) give voice to the unspeakable, the unreachable, the multiple Black selves waiting to become. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Poetry
Cynthia Parker-Ohene, "Daughters of Harriet: Poems" (UP of Colorado, 2022)

New Books in Poetry

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 24:25


Drawing inspiration from the life of Harriet Tubman, Cynthia Parker-Ohene's poetic narratives follow a historical arc of consciousness of Black folks: mislaid in potters' fields and catalogued with other misbegotten souls, now unsettled as the unknown Black denominator. Who loved them? Who turned them away? Who dismembered their souls? In death, they are the institutionalized marked Black bodies assigned to parcels, scourged beneath plastic sheets identified as a number among Harriets as black, marked bodies. These poems speak to how the warehousing of enslaved and somewhat free beings belies their humanity through past performances in reformatories, workhouses, and hospitals for the negro insane. To whom did their Black lives belong? How are Black grrls socialized within the family to be out in the world? What is the beingness of Black women? How have the Harriets--the descended daughters of Harriet Tubman--confronted issues of caste and multiple oppressions? The poems in Daughters of Harriet: Poems (UP of Colorado, 2022) give voice to the unspeakable, the unreachable, the multiple Black selves waiting to become. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/poetry

Story time with Grandma Susan and Auntie Rachel
The Superlative A Lincoln: Poems about our 16th president

Story time with Grandma Susan and Auntie Rachel

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 20:58


Grandma Susan reads poems about Abraham Lincoln

The Freakin' Awesome Podcast!
TFA 331: Star Trek Strange New Worlds, Russian Doll, Poems, and Marvelous and the Black Hole

The Freakin' Awesome Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 96:35


On The Freakin' Awesome! podcast we usually discuss about the things we watched, played, listened, read, and eat throughout the week. This episode features John Abaya, Benjamin Abaya, and Audrey Abaya Trailer Talk: Weird: The 'Weird Al' Yankovic Story (Film) Weekly Impressions : Russian Doll - Season 1 (TV Series)Audrey's School Work (Personal Stuff)Marvelous and the Black Hole (Film) Main Discussion: Star Trek Strange New Worlds - Episode 1 (TV Series) Recorded on May 09, 2022 Follow our featured host: John Abaya at https://twitter.com/abayartsBenjamin Abaya at http://www.twitter.com/benjaminabaya Edited by: John Abaya Produced by: Benjamin Abaya & Sear Saechao Subscribe to our Youtube Channel : http://bit.ly/TFAyoutube Subscribe to DATENITE: https://bit.ly/DATENITEplays Follow us on Twitter @TFAnow or Like us on Facebook. Subscribe: Spotify: http://bit.ly/tfaspotifyiTunes: http://bit.ly/itfanowGoogle Podcast: http://bit.ly/GoogleTFAnow

Open Windows Podcast
Jonas Zdanys Open Windows Poems and Translations

Open Windows Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 22:28


This week marks the 77th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe. It's an anniversary during which another European war is being fought. So today I read poems about World War II, in commemoration of the end of that war but also as a reminder that such a war can happen again.  I begin with a poem for Ukraine by Serhiy Zhadan and read poems by John Ciardi, Harry Rosolenko, John Frederick Nims, Randall Jarrell, Miklós Radnóti, and Ephim G. Fogel. 

Book Off!
Tara M Stringfellow and Dolen Perkins-Valdez (Porches, Poems, Prose and Presidents)

Book Off!

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 48:48


Authors Tara M Stringfellow and Dolen Perkins-Valdez go head to head in a war of the words. They discuss Memphis, writing in anger, music on the back porch, making readers think, the importance of women's stories, poetry and lyrical prose. In the Book Off, they pit Octavia Butler's "Kindred" against "Oh, You Thought This Was A Date?" by C Russell Price. But which one will win??? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

'Toppers!

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Soulfulvalley Podcast
Be the Light Poem by Katie Carey

Soulfulvalley Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 4:05


Connect with Katie at https://www.soulfulvalley.com Join Katie's mailing list here to be the first to know about opportunities to collaborate with her Podcast Guest & Author Opportunities | Soulful Valley You can support the podcast with a donation here: https://soulfulvalley.com/supportthepodcast/ You can buy Evolving on Purpose Kindle / Ebook (you don't need a kindle to access, it can be read on any device)  on Amazon UK here: Kindle / Ebook UK Paperback UK here: Paperback on Amazon USA here: USA Kindle / Ebook Paperback USA here: USA Paperback The rest of the world type Evolving on Purpose into the searchbar on your Amazon site.  If you have read the book we would be grateful if you could leave us an amazon Review.  Also don't forget to rate and review this podcast. You can find Katie's Amazon Author profile here: Katie Carey Amazon Author Profile

Quintessential Listening: Poetry Online Radio
Quintessential Listening: Poetry Online Radio Presents Julie Valin

Quintessential Listening: Poetry Online Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 62:00


JULIE VALIN turns songs into poems, since she is perpetually influenced by music, and she was too shy to be in a rock ‘n' roll band. Her poems have appeared in The Gasconade Review, The Black Shamrock, The Poeming Pigeon, Chiron Review, Red Fez, and more, plus several anthologies & collections, including the Punk Rock Chapbook Series by Epic Rites Press. She is a book designer for her business, Self to Shelf Publishing Services, and works at her community library, and is also a co-founder of the celebrated after-hours poetry press, Six Ft. Swells. She loves piling books artistically on her nightstand and running through the woods knowing nothing is really chasing her. She lives in Northern California with her husband and daughter. Nothing dies for good in Songs for Ghosts, Julie Valin's second poetry collection. In plainspoken and free verse rock 'n' roll style, Valin celebrates the moments that make and break us, travels that invigorate us, the people who mean the world to us, and the feelings attached to the ceaseless entrance and exit of these moments. Memories intertwined with songs is a motif, and, with a soundtrack included in the back, the book reads as if it's an invitation to hang out with the poet, listening to her handmade mixtape. To order a signed copy of Songs for Ghosts directly from Julie, please see below:  http://tinyurl.com/mcsongsforghosts Please visit the Meadowlark's website: meadowlarkbookstore.com

Creativity Found
Anna Lussenburg and Crump the Cat

Creativity Found

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 33:57


Anna Lussenburg's boarding school was sometimes unusual, for example when the staff purposefully put out NOT enough breakfast places for the amount of students, and while Anna wasn't a shining star academically, she did enjoy literature, and relished being able to study the works of Shakespeare. She had a love of words, something which is apparent in the creative activity she has embraced in more recent times. Anna's nanny training involved a lot of observation, something that has stood her in good stead as a super nanny in Canada, and as a writer of satirical allegories commenting on the social and political issues she observes every day.CreativityFound.co.ukInstagram: @creativityfoundpodcastFacebook: @creativityfoundpodcastTwitter: @creativityfoundClubhouse: @clairewaitebrown and Creativity Found Connect clubMusic: Day Trips by KetsaUndercover / Ketsa Creative Commons License Free Music Archive - Ketsa - Day Trips Artworks: Emily Portnoi emilyportnoi.co.uk Support the show

Meat in the Middle podcast
174 Mom Glove Teacher Poems

Meat in the Middle podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 37:14


Andy talks about Tik Tok. Dan leaves early. Nam had something happen at work.  Tyler plays with his camera filters. All our guests have tv credits. try not 2 cum.

Me Reading Stuff
Episode 361: Yosef Ibn Zabara - My Ex - Look at These People - The Physician

Me Reading Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 26:40


"Take pleasure today in the friend at your side; tomorrow he'll leave, and the joy will die." - Avraham Ibn EzraLINKS:Buy "The Dream of the Poem" here: https://press.princeton.edu/books/paperback/9780691121956/the-dream-of-the-poemInfo on my show AMERICAN ANIMALS here: https://www.inglettgallery.com/exhibitions/191-robyn-o-neil-american-animals-april-28-2022-june-4/overview/Online Viewing Room for AMERICAN ANIMALS: https://www.inglettgallery.com/viewing-room/42-robyn-o-neil-american-animals/Catalogue for AMERICAN ANIMALS: https://en.calameo.com/susan-inglett-gallery/read/006031000dd8300a9821f?pagefxopacity=0My website: www.robynoneil.comMe on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robyn_oneil/?hl=enMe on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Robyn_ONeilHandwritten Notes: https://www.instagram.com/handwrittennotesontv/

Quotomania
Quotomania 217: Stevie Smith

Quotomania

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 1:30


Subscribe to Quotomania on Simplecast or search for Quotomania on your favorite podcast app!Florence Margaret "Stevie" Smith was born on September 20, 1902 in Yorkshire, England. Her father left the family to join the North Sea Patrol when she was very young. At age three she moved with her sister and mother to the northern London suburb Palmers Green. This was her home until her death in 1971. Her mother died when she was a teenager and she and her sister lived with their spinster aunt, an important figure throughout her life, known as "The Lion." After high school she attended North London Collegiate School for Girls. She began as a secretary with the magazine publisher George Newnes and went on to be the private secretary to Sir Nevill Pearson and Sir Frank Newnes. She began writing poetry in her twenties while working at George Newnes. Her first book, Novel on Yellow Paper, was published in 1936 and drew heavily on her own life experience, examining the unrest in England during World War I. Her first collection of verse, A Good Time Was Had By All (1937), also contained rough sketches or doodles, which became characteristic of her work. These drawings have both a feeling of caprice and doom, and the poetry in the collection is stylistically typical of Smith as it conveys serious themes in a nursery rhyme structure.While Smith's volatile attachment to the Church of England is evident in her poetry, death, her "gentle friend," is perhaps her most popular subject. Much of her inspiration came from theology and the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm. She enjoyed reading Tennyson and Browning and read few contemporary poets in an attempt to keep her voice original and pure. Her style is unique in its combination of seemingly prosaic statements, variety of voices, playful meter, and deep sense of irony. Smith was officially recognized with the Chomondeley Award for Poetry in 1966 and the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry in 1969. Smith died of a brain tumor on March 7, 1971.From https://poets.org/poet/stevie-smith. For more information about Stevie Smith:“Stevie Smith”: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/stevie-smith“The Uneasy Verse of Stevie Smith”: https://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/the-uneasy-verse-of-stevie-smithAll the Poems: https://www.ndbooks.com/book/all-the-poems/

Dad.Work
#85. 2 Poems For Fathers: Father Forgets, and If- - FRIDAY REFLECTIONS

Dad.Work

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 9:23


Welcome to this episode of Friday Reflections by Dad.Work!Every Friday I share the best of what we have been doing in the Dad.Work community, to provide perspective, new ideas, and motivation for you to continue on your journey to becoming the best man, partner, and father you can be.In this episode, I share all of my most moving poems as a father with you. During a difficult time in Thailand, I played these poems over and over because of how badly I treated my son by not being gentle with him and expecting a lot from him.I had forgotten that he was only a child!Mentioned on this episode:Father Forgets PoemIf RUDYARD KIPLINGJoin the waitlist for the next 8-week Dad.Work Men's Group for Fathers: https://dad.work/mens-group/---Welcome to the Dad.Work Podcast!It's my goal every episode to help dads suffer less, love more, and parent confidently.We'll be diving into mindfulness practices, healing trauma, conscious parenting, natural living, compassionate communication, the spiritual aspect of fatherhood, and more.There are a lot of amazing teachers and guides who help men become more aware and conscious, but there's not a lot of resources for men who are both fathers and interested in a mindful exploration of consciousness and improvement.This podcast aims to help bridge that gap.Resources, Links, Show Notes:https://dad.work/pod/Get our Free 14-Day Better Man, Better Dad Email Series:https://dad.work/email/Join one of our Men's Groups for Dads and be seen, heard, supported, and challenged by a group of other fathers who have your back unconditionally:https://dad.work/group/

The Teach Joyfully Podcast
094: End of the Year Activities: Poems for Two Voices

The Teach Joyfully Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 10:16


As we near the end of the school year, having end of the year activities ready for your students becomes imperative. Everything is winding down, most, if not all, of the concepts have been taught, and everyone is feeling a little worn out. That's where we need something to engage our students while still learning or reinforcing concepts learned during the year. Poems for two voices are just the thing! Listen in to find out why these are perfect for that end of year review and for engaging students until the last day. Don't forget to grab the FREE Poems for Two Voices Template. It's all in the show notes! TEACH JOYFULLY FB COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theteachinglab INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/lisa_j_burns

How to Do Life
Two dozen short poems from my book, Poems Practical

How to Do Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 19:20


Open Windows Podcast
Jonas Zdanys Open Windows Poems and Translations

Open Windows Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 18:32


I begin my program with a poem for Ukraine by Vasyl Holoborodko. I then read poems about spring, and particularly about dogwood trees and flowers, by George Marion McClellan, Roy Sheele, Martin Willitts, Jr., William Johnson, and David Baker.  I end the program with two of my own poems.

The Embodiment Podcast
415. Sexological Body Poems - With Katie Sarra and Julian Marcus

The Embodiment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 52:50


Body poem creator Katie and teacher Julian join Mark Walsh to discuss, tantra, sexological bodywork, anal mapping, clean language, Playback Theatre, deep body listening, the process of creating a “brand”, and embodiment in Portugal. A exploration of an interesting practice.  Find out more at : Julian https://julianmarcus.net/  Katie https://www.seaschoolofembodiment.com/

Just Talkin'
Jomboy finds sad poems and towns | May 3

Just Talkin'

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 63:03


Jomboy talks poems from Wyoming and Vaughn, New Mexico while chatting with callers

The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma
Ep 275: Hussain Haidry, Hindustani Musalmaan

The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 299:12


We live in times when all Indian Muslims are forced to be aware of their Muslimness. Hussain Haidry joins Amit Varma in episode 275 of The Seen and the Unseen to talk about his life, his art and these difficult times we live in. Also check out: 1. Hussain Haidry on Twitter, Instagram and IMDb. 2. Hindustani Musalmaan -- Hussain Haidry. 3. Lat -- Hussain Haidry. 4. 10 Poems recommended by Hussain Haidry -- Chalchitra Talks. 5. Being Muslim in India -- Episode 216 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Ghazala Wahab). 6. Who Broke Our Republic? -- Episode 163 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Kapil Komireddi). 7. The City and the City -- China Miéville. 8. Nida Fazli and Dushyant Kumar at Rekhta. 9. Maximum City -- Suketu Mehta. 10. Shantaram -- Gregory David Roberts. 11. A Fine Balance -- Rohinton Mistry. 12. The Intellectual Foundations of Hindutva -- Episode 115 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Aakar Patel). 13. Aakar Patel Is Full of Hope -- Episode 270 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Aakar Patel). 14. Gita Press and the Making of Hindu India -- Akshaya Mukul. 15. The Gita Press and Hindu Nationalism -- Episode 139 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Akshaya Mukul). 16. Private Truths, Public Lies -- Timur Kuran. 17. Muslim Portraits: Everyday Lives in India -- Edited by Mukulika Banerjee. 18. Raghu Sanjaylal Jaitley's Father's Scooter -- Episode 214 of The Seen and the Unseen (w RSJ). 19. Mohammad Zubair's Twitter thread on the Dharam Sansad. 20. Malevolent Republic -- Kapil Komireddi. 21. The Life and Times of Vir Sanghvi -- Episode 236 of The Seen and the Unseen. 22. The BJP Before Modi -- Episode 202 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Vinay Sitapati). 23. Arvind Kejriwal's tweet after the abrogation of Article 370. 24. The tweets by Atishi Marlena and Raghav Chadha. 25. Sangham Sharanam Gachchami -- Vijai Trivedi. 26. Ranga Hari on Amazon. 27. A People's Constitution -- Rohit De. 28. Narendra Modi takes a Great Leap Backwards -- Amit Varma. 29. Most of Amit Varma's writing on DeMon, collected in one Twitter thread. 30. Hussain Haidry's Twitter thread on blocking. 31. Alishan Jafri on Twitter. 32. Amitava Kumar Finds the Breath of Life -- Episode 265 of The Seen and the Unseen. 33. Aadha Gaon -- Rahi Masoom Raza. 34. Chai Coffee -- Hussain Haidry. 35. You're Missing -- Bruce Springsteen. 36. Hussain Haidry interviewed by Ravish Kumar. 37. Imtiaz Dharker on Amazon. 38. Dugg Duggi Dugg -- Song from Jugni. Lyrics by Shellee, music by Clinton Cerejo. 39. Qarib Qarib Singlle on Spotify. 40. Tanha Begum -- Lyrics by Hussain Haidry, music by Rochak Kohli. 41. Mukkabaaz on Spotify. 42. Haathapai -- Lyrics by Hussain Haidry, music by Rachita Arora. 43. Blond Balma -- Lyrics by Hussain Haidry, music by Rachita Arora. 44. Tu Kahaan Hai -- Song from Tripling. Lyrics by Hussain Haidry, music by Nilotpal Bora. 45. Patang -- Song from Tripling. Lyrics by Hussain Haidry, music by Nilotpal Bora. 46. Chacha Vidhayak Hain Humare -- Lyrics by Hussain Haidry, music by Vishal Dadlani. 47. Bandar Baant -- Lyrics by Hussain Haidry, music by Bandish Projekt. 48. Bahut Hua Samman -- Lyrics by Hussain Haidry, music by Rachita Arora. 49. Ankahi Kahaniya -- Amnibus film that includes Madhyantara, with a screenplay by Hussain Haidry, and directed by Abhishek Chaubey. 50. The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie -- Luis Buñuel. 51. Laakhon Mein Ek, Season 2 -- Written by Hussain Haidry. 52. लोहे के स्वाद -- Hussain Haidry. 53. Talkhiyan -- Sahir Ludhianvi. 54. Sahir Ludhianvi, Nida Fazli, Ahmad Faraz, Jaun Eliya, Rahat Indori, Waseem Barelvi, Munawwar Rana, Abbas Tabish, Rehman Faris, Azhar Faragh, Ameer Imam, Naeem Sarmad, Nomaan Shauque, Ali Zaryoun, Tehzeeb Hafi and Umair Najmi on Rekhta. 55. Fahrenheit 451 -- Ray Bradbury. 56. Rangeela -- Ram Gopal Varma. 57. Ghulam -- Vikram Bhatt 58. On the Waterfront -- Elia Kazan. 59. Get Out -- Jordan Peele. 60. Fandry -- Nagraj Manjule. 61. Where is the Friend's Home? -- Abbas Kiarostami. 62. Soiyega Mat - Hussain Haidry. This episode is sponsored by The Desi Crime Podcast. You'll find them on all podcast apps. The illustration for this episode is one-off offering by Nishant Jain aka Sneaky Artist. Check out his work on Twitter, Instagram, Substack and episode 260 of The Seen and the Unseen. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free!

Genesis Community Church
Preach - Part 2 - Audio

Genesis Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 35:38


This morning Sam continued in our series - Preach with Part 2... Suffering. This is the audio podcast.

Balanced Mind with Julie Potiker
Quiet Mind Compassion Meditation with poem, "A Calling"

Balanced Mind with Julie Potiker

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 17:20


Julie Potiker leads you to a quiet, peaceful place through this compassion meditation. She completes the meditation with a poem, "A Calling", by Susan Frybot.“A Calling”, by Susan Frybot A callingisn't concerned about fame,or interested in glory.Callings are not providers of comfortand sometimes lead to sacrifice.And not everyone will answerthe loud criescoming from something voraciousdeep inside that'swanting to wake theminto living full-on withpurposeful passion. “A Calling”, is from “Looking to the Clearing, Poems to Encourage”, by Susan Frybort.Get the latest on mindfulness and meditation by subscribing to Julie Potiker's YouTube channel and Facebook page at Mindful Methods for Life. You can learn about mindfulness at www.MindfulMethodsForLife.com and also in Julie's newly released book, "Life Falls Apart, But You Don't Have To: Mindful Methods For Staying Calm In The Midst Of Chaos", available on Amazon.com. Her podcast is "Balanced Mind with Julie Potiker", available on iTunes, iHeart, and everywhere you listen to podcasts.

Bonnets At Dawn
B@D Mixtape #1: Poems About Authors

Bonnets At Dawn

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 30:57


Hey, hey, we're back with a new format! This is the first Bonnets at Dawn Mixtape, which is part audiobook and part podcast. In honor of National Poetry Month, we have asked some excellent voice actors to read poems about authors. Listen to hear what Dorothy Parker wrote about Harriet Beecher Stowe, a Tribute to George Sand by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, a spooky poem about the Brontë sisters, and more! Music Credits: Sad Heaven Piano #3 by PSOVOD Lo Fi 01 by Szmalix Lo-Fo Tokyo by YellowTree Late Nights In Osaka by YellowTree

BirdNote
Joyce Clement: Birds Punctuate the Days

BirdNote

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 4:19


Poet Joyce Clement writes haiku, a traditional Japanese form. While it's often thought of as having three lines with 5-7-5 syllables, Joyce says that the key elements of any haiku are a fragment and a phrase spoken in a single breath. In this sequence of haiku, Joyce juxtaposes punctuation marks with images of birds, drawing on their similar appearances, as well as meaning. Learn more at BirdNote.org.

Lower Your Volume
Canyon Ass and Other Poems

Lower Your Volume

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 89:17


In this episode, the gals shoot the shit and get to chatting, they talk about Benedict Bridgertons Hands, nepotism babies, Harry Styles, and so much more. All this is followed by a big announcement from our two favorite hosts!Follow us on Twitter at @LowerPod and on Instagram at @loweryourvolumepod, and now on TikTok at @loweryourvolumepodYou can also follow our personal accounts listed below:Madison: @madison_frye on Twitter and Instagram, and @exlibrisdemadison BookstagramNicole: @nicole_bossio on Twitter, @n_boz53 on Instagram, and @onmyownadventure Bookstagram.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/loweryourvolume)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/loweryourvolume)

On Being with Krista Tippett
Pádraig Ó Tuama — “This fantastic argument of being alive”

On Being with Krista Tippett

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 49:48


Pádraig Ó Tuama is a friend, teacher, and colleague to the work of On Being. But before that was true, Krista took a revelatory trip to meet him at his home in Northern Ireland, a place that has known sectarianism and violent fracture and has evolved, not to perfection, yet to new life and once unimaginable repair and relationship. Our whole world screams of fracture, more now than when Krista sat with Pádraig in 2016. This conversation is a gentle, welcoming landing for pondering and befriending hard realities we are given. As the global educator Karen Murphy, another friend of On Being and of Pádraig, once said to Krista: “Let's have the humility and the generosity to step back and learn from these places that have had the courage to look at themselves and look at where they've been and try to forge a new path with something that resembles ‘together' … Right now we should be taking these stories and these examples and these places and filling our pockets and our lungs and our hearts and our minds with them and learning deeply.” And that's what this hour with Pádraig invites.Pádraig Ó Tuama is a theologian, writer, and conflict transformation practitioner. He is a member and former leader of the Corrymeela Community of Northern Ireland. His books include an incandescent memoir, In the Shelter: Finding a Home in the World; a prayer book, Daily Prayer with the Corrymeela Community; a book of poetry, Sorry For Your Troubles; and a book of theology and politics co-authored with Glenn Jordan, Borders & Belonging. He hosts the On Being Studios podcast Poetry Unbound. His forthcoming book, Poetry Unbound: 50 Poems to Open Your World, will be published in October 2022 and is available for pre-order wherever you get your books. Pádraig grew up in the Republic of Ireland, near Cork.Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.This show originally aired in March 2017. 

On Being with Krista Tippett
[Unedited] Pádraig Ó Tuama with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 101:05


Pádraig Ó Tuama is a friend, teacher, and colleague to the work of On Being. But before that was true, Krista took a revelatory trip to meet him at his home in Northern Ireland, a place that has known sectarianism and violent fracture and has evolved, not to perfection, yet to new life and once unimaginable repair and relationship. Our whole world screams of fracture, more now than when Krista sat with Pádraig in 2016. This conversation is a gentle, welcoming landing for pondering and befriending hard realities we are given. As the global educator Karen Murphy, another friend of On Being and of Pádraig, once said to Krista: “Let's have the humility and the generosity to step back and learn from these places that have had the courage to look at themselves and look at where they've been and try to forge a new path with something that resembles ‘together' … Right now we should be taking these stories and these examples and these places and filling our pockets and our lungs and our hearts and our minds with them and learning deeply.” And that's what this hour with Pádraig invites.Pádraig Ó Tuama is a theologian, writer, and conflict transformation practitioner. He is a member and former leader of the Corrymeela Community of Northern Ireland. His books include an incandescent memoir, In the Shelter: Finding a Home in the World; a prayer book, Daily Prayer with the Corrymeela Community; a book of poetry, Sorry For Your Troubles; and a book of theology and politics co-authored with Glenn Jordan, Borders & Belonging. He hosts the On Being Studios podcast Poetry Unbound. His forthcoming book, Poetry Unbound: 50 Poems to Open Your World, will be published in October 2022 and is available for pre-order wherever you get your books. Pádraig grew up in the Republic of Ireland, near Cork.This interview is edited and produced with music and other features in the On Being episode Pádraig Ó Tuama — “This fantastic argument of being alive.” Find the transcript for that show at onbeing.org.This show originally aired in March 2017. 

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction
Ayya Anandabodhi: Poems of "Another Sama", Dhira, and "Another Tissa"

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 56:51


(Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center) Sharing the poems of these three Theris and offering encouragement and guidance on taking the practice from retreat into one daily life

Chompers
Poetry Week Night What Are Poems About (4-26-2022)

Chompers

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 2:56


What's an Aubade? Shout it out on tonight's Chompers! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Soulfulvalley Podcast
Lack Matrix Poem Written by Katie Carey

Soulfulvalley Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 3:56


Connect with Katie at https://www.soulfulvalley.com Join Katie's mailing list here to be the first to know about opportunities to collaborate with her Podcast Guest & Author Opportunities | Soulful Valley You can support the podcast with a donation here: https://soulfulvalley.com/supportthepodcast/ You can buy Evolving on Purpose Kindle / Ebook (you don't need a kindle to access, it can be read on any device)  on Amazon UK here: Kindle / Ebook UK Paperback UK here: Paperback on Amazon USA here: USA Kindle / Ebook Paperback USA here: USA Paperback The rest of the world type Evolving on Purpose into the searchbar on your Amazon site.  If you have read the book we would be grateful if you could leave us an amazon Review.  Also don't forget to rate and review this podcast. You can find Katie's Amazon Author profile here: Katie Carey Amazon Author Profile

Chompers
Poetry Week Morning What Are Poems About (4-26-2022)

Chompers

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 2:51


What are poems about? Find out on today's Chompers! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Slowdown
660: Flowers, Poems, Flower Poems

The Slowdown

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 4:44


Today's poem is Flowers, Poems, Flower Poems by Rachelle Toarmino.

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction
Ayya Anandabodhi: Poems and stories of the enlightened nuns.

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 58:45


(Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center)

The John Batchelor Show
#Ukraine: Ukraine prosecutes the war criminals. @AmbJohnBolton @WSJOpinion

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 9:03


Photo:  Hetman Sagaidachny: Peter Sagaidachny. Engraving on wood from the book by Kasiyan Sakovich, Poems on the pitiful cellar of the noble knight Peter Konashevich-Sagaidachny   Hetman is a political title from Central and Eastern Europe, historically assigned to military commanders. A hetman was the highest military officer in the hetmanates area of Ukraine, the Zaporizhian Host, and the Ukrainian State. The title was used by Ukrainian Cossacks from the 16th century. #Ukraine: Ukraine prosecutes the war criminals. @AmbJohnBolton @WSJOpinion https://www.wsj.com/articles/ukraine-russia-icc-international-criminal-court-prosecute-war-crimes-hague-civilian-deaths-murder-rape-torture-bucha-massacre-11649943450?mod=opinion_lead_pos6