Second Sunday for March 2007 – Women

I’m happy to announce the return of “Second Sunday“, my listener submitted poetry show!

In honor of “Women’s History Month” I’m happy to announce the theme for March’s show is “Women”. Thanks to listener Julian from the UK for his excellent suggestion.

Please submit your original poems containing the theme of “Women” in audio format by Saturday March 10th for inclusion in the March 11th show. I will also gladly recite any poems for you if you don’t have the means to record or if you would prefer not to record it yourself.

Please check the Second Sunday page for more details and feel free to ask me any questions.

I’m looking forward to hearing from you!

*Podcasters, please feel free to play this promo on your shows.


Thanks for listening!

Will Brown

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  1. Long time no type, Will!

    I wanted to just comment that I love the photo you included with this post! I should take a pic like that with my Mom. Hmm …

    Take care,


  2. Will here is my submission for Second Sunday. Sorry it was down to the wire. I hope everyone enjoys it.

    Sandra H. Miller-Salyer


    There is beauty and peace found within Woman.
    Daily her fragile hands mold the world,
    as the tiny feet of our future leaders gather about her skirt for recognition and guidance.
    Her single mission in life is that our race survives itself.
    Without her amazing single minded character
    our children and young adults would be left
    to become statistics
    or casualties of life.
    How amazing she is
    with the arms of the weaker sex is able to anchor the world.
    Her determination is unconquerable.
    When called to arms
    she can actively lead, as well as, follow.
    Woman is balance
    in a world of confusion.
    She is the medication that brings universal healing.
    There is beauty and peace found within each woman.
    One hears it when she speaks.
    Her calm and assertive voice need not be raised.
    Her manner observant and comforting.
    There is so much beauty found within all women.
    The artesian spend lifetimes trying to capture the essence of her.
    Can anyone capture the essence of a woman?
    The curve of her neck.
    The softness of her breast.
    The spark in her eyes.
    The vastness of her heart.
    The scope of her intellect.
    How may one capture a spirit of light?
    There is so much beauty found within all women.
    Their souls have no boundaries.
    When woman survives
    hope survives
    to see another day.

    Sandra H. Miller-Salyer,
    March 10, 2007

  3. Paula
    Thanks for the comment.
    Yeah, I thought that was the perfect picture for the occasion.

    I need to take one with my Mom, too…

    Thank you for a wonderful poem!
    I hope I can recite it to your liking.


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