Prose for Thought – Years Escaping

Welcome everyone to this weeks Prose For Thought. As you may already know, I have been taking care of Wednesday Words for Emma over at Crazy with Twins this week whilst she is away at Coombe Mill. I have linked it up below and would love some of the other Prose for Thoughters to link up too.

I would like to extend my congratulations to Stephanie over at Storybramble. She has just been asked to read her poem ‘When I Was Wee’ at the Forest Cafe for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival on 6th August. She has also just started looking at holding an ‘open mic’ night for some of us to perform our work. Details here.

This week I am sharing another recording with you of a poem I wrote whilst on the train to London last Thursday. I got very reflective and started to think about my life up until this point. To show what sort of mood I was in, I also saw many farms on my journey and started to wonder if farmers know the names and personalities of all their cows – I was thinking some very imaginative thoughts!

I have decided just to record my voice this week. I wanted to see how it compared to a video so I would value your opinions.

Years Escaping

I would really love and appreciate your comments below – and please, go and visit and comment on, the poems from the people who link up :)

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  1. Darby
    September 20, 2014 / 11:11 pm

    ӏntense scenes and sounds attract them.

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  2. July 27, 2013 / 2:03 pm

    I really enjoyed listening, I find it soothing to listen and not have any outside interruptions or images to focus on!

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  4. July 26, 2013 / 6:41 pm

    Such a brilliant and engaging way to showcase your great poetry! I really like your voice x
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  5. Nortonmum
    July 25, 2013 / 11:31 pm

    That was so good to listen to, there are no distractions when it’s just a voice. Really enjoyed your words.
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  6. July 25, 2013 / 8:25 am

    Thank you for hosting once again my lovely! I missed you all last week 🙂

    I love that we are all using different ways to express our poetry and I’m so pleased for Stephanie. I am in awe of you and her for reading/recording your work. I’m not sure I could get over my shyness and do that. I love it that you have – you are an amazing lady xxx
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  7. Stephanie
    July 25, 2013 / 7:04 am

    Thank you for the mention 🙂

    This is great I think, to hear your voice. In someways I like it better as you really focus on the words and their meaning. I can really hear you get into your stride in the second half of this piece especially.
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