Monday, 3 August 2009

My Poem on qarrtsiluni

My poem and voice recording now up on-line on quarrtsiluni

11 comments:

apprentice said...

It's a lovely poem Kay and great to hear you too!

Dave is doing a great job creating strings of things that chime well together. Travel and motion are current themes.

Katipo said...

Congrats! Is this a new version? It sings like a raleigh tearing downhill...

Cam said...

Wonderful poem and I enjoyed hearing your voice!

Claire Beynon said...

Yes, a terrific poem, Kay - my brother had a Raleigh just like the one - Robert's - that you describe. Thanks for the memories you shook back into wakefulness.

I've been so enjoying your blog - I don't always leave comments but never miss an entry! Love to you, C x

BarbaraS said...

COngrats Kay, that's a very fine poem indeed. I will listen when I get home - on this oul 'puter I can't hear anything!

herhimnbryn said...

Hallo! How ood to hear your voice. Beautiful poem K. Have left a comment there too.

Remiman said...

Kay,
Reading your poetry has and does move my spirit an picques my imagination. To hear the words in your own voice is a gift upon a gift!
rel

Becky Motew said...

WOW! OMG! It was so wonderful to hear your voice--that NZ sound is warm and friendly. And the poem is heartrending. Really, I played it several times. Congratulations.

p.s. what will they think of next?

Jan said...

WHAT A TREAT THAT WAS!

Kay said...

apprentice - Thank you for selecting it. I can see what you mean about the strings and chimes.

Katipo - Thank you. No not a new version ... it's been around a while - almost as long as the Raleigh!

Cam - That's nice, thank you. :)

Claire - Thanks Claire. Love to read a poem about your Raleigh memories!

Barbara - Hope you get to hear. I have enjoyed hearing you read your poetry; so hope the favour can be returned somehow!

herhimnbryn - Thanks. :)

Rel - Lovely of you to say so. :)

Kay said...

Becky - Thanks so much! I love that you played it again and again .... awww ....

Thanks Jan! :)

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