Tag: poetry reading

  • Whisper In My Ear [with audio]

    Your words whisper in my ear. Your voice does things to me that haven’t been felt in years. My heart races,My insides quicken—I want to hear more. I listen when I’m alone to be safe from disturbance.I listen while at work in hopes that no one notices the reaction your whisper creates. I listen before…

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  • Weekly Sessions [with audio]

    Slowly she enters the room and approaches the bed. She’s not feeling too keen on much else than having poetry read. She opens the book, scans the room, and gives you the look to proceed. Your breathless monologues are what she needs. She’s not looking for more, only for your words. Your voice begins to…

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  • Refuse To Be Silent, a Poetry Reading

    The following video is an excerpt from an open mic poetry reading with THE BRIDGE Progressive Arts Initiative on March 24, 2021 in celebration of Women’s History Month. They’ve put together this video for your viewing pleasure. The 3 poems read are as follows: Ada Limon’s How to Triumph Like a Girl The Elephant Moms…

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  • Virtual Readings

    During the Covid-19 lockdown, poets participated in virtual readings to share their work and connect with other writers. My work is featured in the following recordings below from 2020 to 2021: Sponsor Date Poem(s) Read Bards Virtual Poetry Reading March 20, 2020 The Basis of My Character(s) Spilled Ink Virtual Poetry Reading April 24, 2020…

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  • With Headphones On… [with audio]

    I cannot help but stop and look at the whispered tapings Pay attention closely to the postings, the most discretely transmitting of all Does it make you shiver? Does it make you quiver? Capturing statistics day by day poem by poem Is it you watching? Is it you listening? Through your pair of headphones, are…

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  • A Story of Hope

    A writer yearns to tell their story, any story,that will stand the test of time full of hardships conquered and inspire generations with hope. The story shall feel whimsical, not so much with fairies dancing but that there is a happy ending. The story shall have brevity, not so much as a long weathered tale…

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  • Poetry Readings

    Pour your heart and soul into every word, pull from the depth of every emotion, let it grab you, kick you around leave you feeling broken yet alive,your heart soars yearning to hear more This poem, along with others, can be found in my book Coffee Shop Sessions II: Moving Mountains One by One

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  • How We Begin [with audio]

    We arrange to meet in that room, The one with the two armchairs, A bed, and a shower We swap breathless monologues Then we begin The unbuttoning of my blouse, Kisses going down my neck, Hands upon my chest, Our bodies speak in thrusts. I’ve been waiting for a moment like this Eyes locked tight,…

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