Managed to get episode 7 finished before our family holiday so here it is. Do you ever have vivid childhood memories of summer holidays? This episode sees the recital of a poem that explores the ‘enormity of summer holidays’ and indeed the feeling we can have as children of having the whole world before us, a world that in some sense is only limited by our own imagination. I discuss the poem in a little more depth and give a nod in the direction of the inspiration for the poem. Hope you enjoy and please share, comment or get in touch if you wish to contribute your own work.
Episode 7 will be posted after my summer holidays! Sometime around the middle of August. The theme of the poem is the enormity of summer holidays from a child’s perspective. Unitl then…
So here it is, episode 6. This episode explores those who have an influence and bearing on our moral compass and help to shape the people we will become. Today sees me recite a poem about someone who influenced me in a positive way and go on to share the story of how this happened. Please share, leave a comment or get in touch to contribute!
So we move on to the labelling of people, in particular those who are called ‘mad’ for holding views that don’t chime with those around them! Personally, I believe these people are often interesting or can at least make you think twice about how you view certain things in life. So tune in for another poem and the story behind its creation on Wednesday!
Here is episode 5, where the poem and story revolve around luck! Sometimes we just gotta acknowledge our luck, recognising when we are lucky can certainly help to keep a bit of persepective when things aren’t going our way. I must admit, I have been one lucky bastard in this ‘ole life of mine!
Coming up on Thursday, episode 5, this time the poem and the story relate to luck. Well, it’s certainly a bonus if you are lucky, I certainly have been in my life! This is an acknowledgement of the luck of being born in a particular place at a particular point in time. Hope you tune in and share the podcast.
Dissapointment comes to us all and we learn about it at a very early age, this is a personal poem and the discussion centres around the events that inspired the poem, this includes a singing opportunity and the dull realisation that a dream would never be realised. Such is life! Please comment or contribute, the aim is interaction!
The next broadcast will be up on Saturday! From revolutions to revelations, this time it most certainly is related to dissapointment. The story includes a singing opportunity and the realisation that ‘flying’ would not be an unaided option! Remember to get in touch if you wish to contribute a poem and story.