Sunday Night Swoony Poetry

Did I say earlier that Sundays mean spoken word poetry for me? I think I did. Thanks, Universe (and Richard Armitage).

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  1. richardtreehouse
    Feb 08, 2015 @ 23:51:12

    Reblogged this on richardtreehouse and commented:
    Swoon worthy is right! Richard Armitage reads e. e.cummings.

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  2. zan, O1C
    Feb 09, 2015 @ 00:33:56

    *SIGH*

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  3. KellyDS
    Feb 09, 2015 @ 08:42:47

    love the whispered ending but the rest felt a bit too contrived to me. I’ll listen another 50 or so times though, just to be sure… 😀

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  4. nellindreams
    Feb 09, 2015 @ 18:14:46

    Reblogged this on nellindreams and commented:
    It works on Mondays too!!!

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  5. Hariclea
    Feb 09, 2015 @ 21:25:31

    downloaded it but failed to listen on bus home as it was a very noisy ride, can’t listen or read poetry with noise. Have to say i more used to having it sung, it will be interesting if it remind me of a narration or it goes deeper than that 🙂 Saving it for a quiet moment as it deserves as just finished the Red Dragon book and that didn’t end in the right mood to listen to this so soon after.

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