My poem for Day 7 of the Tuple 30/30 project can be read here, but you can listen to it on this very page.
You get to hear it because I was told that I had to go first by my poet friend Pleasant Street, if I wanted to hear her read one of her recent poems. If that’s not old school, I don’t know what is.
She’s No Betty Grable.
10 thoughts on “She’s No Betty Grable: An Audio Interlude”
Brilliant piece, and I love the timbre of your voice. Isn’t it funny how almost all of the poets have cats or dogs (not all tail-less). 😉
Thank you so much!
My wife and have had cats ever we first got married, and getting a dog was my first priority when we bought our first home. New house, same dog 🐶.
You’re very welcome. We have had cats for the length of our lives together, but we love dogs and periodically entertain the idea of rescuing one, but with my mom living with us, I’ve got enough on my plate right now.
Bravo. I suppose that means I have some recording to do today.
Indeed you do!
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“Old school” is a neologism
Burps and settles down
For a silent night
BTW: neither the “one of her recent poems” nor the “She’s No Betty Grable” audio link is working for me. 😦 I decided to improvise. (Poetic licence.)
Huh. I’ll check it out when I can get on an actual computer. Any if the other audio on the site not working?
I haven’t checked any of those I didn’t specifically wanted to use. Busy, busy, busy I’m afraid.
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