Yes, it’s not a Tuesday Tune and as of the time I’m writing this it is not Saturday yet. But I figured I’d post something anyway. I usually try to post feel good songs on the blog. So let me know how you feel. Hopefully it’s good.
Here’s a song for your Tuesday.
Please follow this link to hear a reading of my poem A Shorting and also read my poem Migrant. Both published in Word Fountain.
Yes, I remembered to post a Tuesday tune this week. Today’s tune is by the Mountain Goats. Enjoy!
Because I never seem to remember to categorize my blog posts, here is a good way to find all the recording Dad and I did for poetry month. So, if you haven’t listened to any of the recordings, it only takes nine and a half minutes to listen to all of them, so listen to all of them. Please. . .
My youngest boy had a lovely idea for Poetry Month; we would agree on a poet for each week of April and each of us would record a poem or more by that poet. It was fun, and I even found a few poems by these favorites that I hadn’t heard before. You can follow back through this blog and his, or to skip the commentary and just go for the audio experience, we’ve put together the whole playlist:
Coutinuing the Traveling theme from yesterday, I recorded what would be my last recording of this Poetry Month project.
by Edna St. Vincent Millay
There was a road ran past our house
Too lovely to explore.
I asked my mother once—she said
That if you followed where it led
It brought you to the milk-man’s door.
(That’s why I have not traveled more.)
Here’s a Tuesday Tune to help you through your day.