Cloudy Day Art #74 – March Second Sunday – Women

It’s a celebration of women for this “” poetry podcast. Thanks to Julian from London for the great idea for this month’s theme.

There was a great response to “Second Sunday” coming back and I’m definitely glad to have the input from so many great everyday poets once again.

Thanks!

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Featuring the poetry of:

Julian Conway – “In A Care Home Elderly She Sits”
– “My Grandma”
Sandra Miller-Salyer – “Women”
– “I Am More”
– “The Women In My Life”
Will Brown – “She”

Outro Song:
– “She Will Rise”

Links mentioned:

– My audio blog

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George Smyth’s “

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Will Brown is a poet, blogger, and a scanner of all things new. He also currently blogs at Help Desk Helps where he discusses tips and issues affecting the help desk professional.

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Comments

  1. What an array of poetry! I loved hearing everyone’s take on the theme of “Women”, from the heartbreaking to the heartwarming.

    Will, your poem “She” was short, but summed up the theme well.

    Julian, can’t believe you’re only 15! Amazing!

    I was in good company!

    Paula

  2. Thanks Paula. I enjoyed your poem too, i thought it was really moving and i liked the feeling of personalization with your grandmother.

    Show worked great- well done Will!

  3. Thanks to you, Paula and Julian!
    I really appreciate you both for taking the time to record and send in your poems.

    Keep in touch!

  4. Hi Will

    I love your show, and have been listening for a few months since my husband got me an ipod for Christmas! I particularly liked “The Women in my Life” and plan to take it along to our poetry group here in the UK – is it possible to get hold of the words?

    Cheers

    Angel

  5. Thanks for the comment, Angel!
    I’m glad that you’re enjoying the show.

    Thom Ingram , http://poetguru.wordpress.com ,actually wrote and performed that poem, so please contact him about reciting it. I’m sure he would be honored if you read it at your poetry group.

    Thanks again, and keep in touch!
    Will

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