My LibriVox recordings & my reading journal (solo Litblog).

LibriVox – Year 2012 Masterlist

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My other projects for 2012 are listed after the Weekly Poetry. Click here to view that list.


WP week 1, The Visionary by Ellis Bell (Emily Brontë)
WP week 2, O Hollow! Hollow! Hollow! by W.S. Gilbert, from the opera Patience
WP week 3, Upon His Mistress Dancing by James Shirley
WP Week 4, The Vagabond by Robert Louis Stevenson
WP Week 5, Quatrain by Omar Khayyám (translated by Sir William Jones)
WP Week 6, Appeal by Anne Brontë
WP Week 7, Cupid’s Darts (Which Are a Growing Menace to the Public) by Anonymous
WP Week 8, My Flower by Ira Titus
WP Week 9, Simplex Munditiis by Ben Jonson
WP Week 10, A Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea by Allan Cunningham
WP Week 11, The Red Flower by Henry van Dyke
WP Week 12, Symphony in Yellow by Oscar Wilde
WP week 13, Epistle to Mrs. Tyler by Christopher Smart
WP Week 14, Song by Anna Seward
WP Week 15, Where the Bee Sucks by William Shakespeare
WP Week 16, Youth’s Spring-Tribute by Dante Gabriel Rossetti
WP Week 17, The Window on the Hill by Madison Julius Cawein
WP Week 18, The Indian Corn Planter by E. Pauline Johnson
WP Week 19, Safe in their Alabaster Chambers by Emily Dickinson
WP Week 20, There Was a Cherry-Tree by James Whitcomb Riley
WP Week 21, The Pool by Paul Laurence Dunbar
WP Week 22, The Lovers by Emily Dickinson
WP Week 23, [Due to a technical error with the LibriVox security certificate, there was no entry for week 23.]
WP Week 24, Days by Ralph Waldo Emerson
WP Week 25, [Apologies, but this weeks poem has been cancelled]
WP Week 26, No poem was allocated for week 26.
WP Week 27, Sonnet on a Wet Summer by John Codrington Bampfield
WP Week 28, In Harmony with Nature by Matthew Arnold
WP Week 29, What Is Love? by Ernest Dowson
WP Week 30, After Long Grief by Madison Cawein
WP Week 31, Here, Take My Heart by Thomas Moore
WP Week 32, Song Of The Soldiers’ Wives by Thomas Hardy
WP Week 33, The Mystery by Paul Laurence Dunbar
WP Week 34, Seaside by Rupert Brooke
WP Week 35, Longings for Home by Walt Whitman
WP Week 36, Faded Pictures by William Vaughn Moody
WP Week 37, Oh, Call it By Some Better Name by Thomas Moore
WP Week 38, Men of Harlech! by Talhaiarn
WP Week 39, Cheese Curd for Bait by James McIntyre
WP Week 40, Love Not Me for Comely Grace by John Wilbye
WP Week 41, Freshness of Poetic Perception by Paul Hamilton Hayne
WP Week 42, In the Old Church Tower by Thomas Bailey Aldrich
WP Week 43,Chorus of Women by Aristophanes
WP Week 44, A Ruined Reversolet by C. J. Dennis
WP Week 45,The Red Cross Spirit Speaks by John H. Finley
WP Week 46, The Legend of Heinz von Stein by Charles Godfrey Leland
WP Week 47, November by John Clare
WP Week 48 & 49, My Comforter by anonymous
WP Week 50, Long Ago by Christina G. Rossetti
WP Week 51, True Culture by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
WP Week 52, The Journey of Life by William Cullen Bryant



Other projects I have participated in during 2012, either solo or as a collaborator.




Unlike the Weekly Poem, I don’t always submit a recording for the Fortnightly Poetry.
This is why it’s annexed down here with the poetry section.

The House by the Side of the Road by Sam Walter Foss
A Cry From an Indian Wife by E. Pauline Johnson
An Old Man’s Thought of School by Walt Whitman
The Snowman in the Yard by Joyce Kilmer
The Despairing Lover by William Walsh
Spring by Christina Georgina Rossetti
The Reaper And The Flowers by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Tact by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Travels by the Fireside by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
A Ballade of Suicide by G. K. Chesterton
The Disagreeable Man by Sir W. S. Gilbert
The New Colossus by Emma Lazarus
Beth Gêlert, or the Grave of the Greyhound by William Robert Spencer
On Passing Deadman’s Island by Thomas Moore
Are The Children at Home? by Margaret Elizabeth Sangster
Siberia by James Clarence Mangan
The Passionate Shepherd to His Love by Christopher Marlowe
The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd by Sir Walter Raleigh
The Frost Spirit by John Greenleaf Whittier