LibriVox volunteers bring you 16 recordings of:
“Do You Fear the Wind” by Hamlin Garland (1860-1940).
This was the weekly poetry project for February 3rd to February 10th, 2013.
This poem is taken from An American Anthology, 1787–1900, Edmund Clarence Stedman, ed. (1833–1908).
This project is catalogued at:
LibriVox and Internet Archive.
The poem text can also be found at this address.
My recording of this week’s poem has a running time of 51s.
You can listen to it now, by clicking the following play button;
The entire project, featuring all 16 readers of this week’s poem, is also available at this link.
The zip file size is 5.6MB with a total running time of 11m 34s.
All the files contained inside the zip are mp3, all with a bitrate of 64kb.
In addition to the readers, this audio book was produced by:
Book Coordinator: David Lawrence
Meta-Coordinator/Cataloging: David Lawrence
Do You Fear the Wind
DO you fear the force of the wind,
The slash of the rain?
Go face them and fight them,
Be savage again.
Go hungry and cold like the wolf,
Go wade like the crane:
The palms of your hands will thicken,
The skin of your cheek will tan,
You ’ll grow ragged and weary and swarthy,
But you ’ll walk like a man!