Category Archives: Poetry for Practice

Poetry For Practice – National Poetry Month #17

In honor of National Poetry Month a daily instillation. Poems to use as vocal warm-ups and pronunciation exercises that leave you feeling refreshed and inspired. Body and Soul 111 – Charles Wright The structure of landscape is infinitesimal, Like the … Continue reading

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Poetry For Practice – National Poetry Month #16

In honor of National Poetry Month a daily instillation. Poems to use as vocal warm-ups and pronunciation exercises that leave you feeling refreshed and inspired. Starfish by Eleanor Lerman This is what life does. It lets you walk up to … Continue reading

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Poetry for Practice – National Poetry Month #15

In honor of National Poetry Month a daily instillation. Poems to use as vocal warm-ups and pronunciation exercises that leave you feeling refreshed and inspired. IF by Rudyard Kipling If you can keep your head when all about you Are … Continue reading

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Poetry For Practice – National Poetry Month #15

In honor of National Poetry Month a daily instillation. Poems to use as vocal warm-ups and pronunciation exercises that leave you feeling refreshed and inspired. Crannóg by Moya Cannon Where an ash bush grows in the lake a ring of … Continue reading

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Poetry for Practice – National Poetry Month #14

In honor of National Poetry Month a daily instillation. Poems to use as vocal warm-ups and pronunciation exercises that leave you feeling refreshed and inspired. Small Talk by Eleanor Lerman It is a mild day in the suburbs Windy, a … Continue reading

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Poetry for Practice – National Poetry Month #13

Still Live on a Matchbox Lid by Charles Wright The heart is colder then the eye is. The watchers, the holy ones, know this, no shortcut to the sky, A single dog hair can split the wind. If you want … Continue reading

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Poetry for Practice – National Poetry Month #12

In honor of National Poetry Month a daily instillation. Poems to use as vocal warm-ups and pronunciation exercises that leave you feeling refreshed and inspired. Astonished / Petrified by Don McKay Astonished – astounded, astonied, astunned, stopped short and turned … Continue reading

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