Monday, July 10, 2006

Thanks, Audioblogger!

... for posting my audio clip 4 days after Poetry Thursday. I really appreciate it.

*sigh*

Here's the original link to my poem, The Small Plans.

The Small Plans
this is an audio post - click to play


So, I listened to the posted audio with my husband and daughter in the room. Talk about surreal.

14 comments:

bb said...

The audio arrived and so worth waiting for.

Your voice so warm and tender, a perfect reflection of your words.

Tears? Oh yes.

Bug said...

It's so cool to hear you read! And what a great reader you are!

January said...

Hmmmm. My audio post showed up 4 days later. Audioblogger sucks.

Well, thank you, I think. I'm glad you enjoyed listening. Better late than never, right?

jim said...

January! Absolutely enthralling, even through my crummy little faux speakers! Way worth the wait.

Lynn said...

It's like we're getting a little gift today from Audioblogger, all of us who tried to use it for Poetry Thursday last week. A gift from the sky. A gift from the blogosphere. (Mine arrived today, too, as you know.)

Would you like to have this included in the Poetry Thursday Audio Project? We'd love, love, love it if it were.

January said...

Thanks Lynn. Audioblogger: the gift that keeps on giving.

Absolutely! Include me in your audio project. Way cool.

VLAW said...

Sounds great! What will they come up with next, huh?

deirdre said...

I loved this poem when I read it the first time and each time after that. To hear it read in your mommy voice adds so much more. I have goosebumps.

Deb R said...

Your audioblog post may have taken its own sweet time showing up, but it was worth the wait. It was so cool to hear you!

I love all the photos you posted the past couple of days too.

January said...

Thanks Deb! That means a lot coming from such a creative soul as yourself.

And thanks everyone for the kind words.

Left-handed Trees... said...

I loved this--you are a great reader...just the right sense of emotion without going all Shakespeare on us (NOT that there's anything wrong with Shakespeare or "going all Shakespeare"...oh my, do I have issues with guilt or what?). Seriously, the reading of this incredibly moving poem was deeply inspiring to me today. Thank you for taking the time to do it.

ESB said...

a beautiful, harrowing, terrifying poem....and it was neat to hear your voice...

Susannah said...

that was amazing, and combined with your beautiful voice - well, i have no words - you said them all
x

Benjamin said...

nice blog.

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