Cloudy Day Art #28 – Second Sunday for November – "Personal Growth"

Its the first podcast from Washington, DC! I’ve been here about a week now and I really think I’m going to like the area. Continue to check out my BLOG for periodic updates throughout the week.

One of this week’s contributers will receive a book of poetry by previous guest poet Marcus Amaker entitled “Poems for Augustine”.

Here’s this week’s breakdown:

02:46 Promo – Belinda Subraman‘s “Gypsy Art Show” on BZOO Homegrown Radio.
04:35 Cloudy Day Art soon to be syndicated on BZOO.
05:07 Belinda Subraman‘s poem “Thanksgiving”
07:59 Robert G. Parent‘s poem “Leap of Faith”
10:07 My poem “To Be Super-Human”
12:51 Outro song: Pigeon John – “Eviction Notice”

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Total time: 17:22
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Comments

  1. Good show, Will. Hope your house is ready for you soon.
    I love the way you did the Second Sunday show on Saturday!
    Simon.

  2. Thanks, Simon.
    HaHa, yeah the library I use to upload the show isn’t open on Sunday, so I had to sneak it in a little early. It all works out though.

  3. Thank you so much for your lovely show and vote of confidence in my work.

    I hope you will like your new job and new digs in Washington.

    Warmest wishes,
    Belinda

  4. You’re quite welcome, Belinda.
    I really did like your poem. Thanks again for submitting.

  5. Glad to see you and the fam made it in okay. Haven’t checked out the site in a while but I returned to see that things are definitely taking off. Keep doing what you’re doing. I’ve heard the poetry scene in DC is hot.

    Still writing,
    Roger

  6. Glad to see you and the fam made it in okay. Haven't checked out the site in a while but I returned to see that things are definitely taking off. Keep doing what you're doing. I've heard the poetry scene in DC is hot.

    Still writing,
    Roger

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