The Sunday Poem

Wake up with a Sunday poem.

I am the Autumnal Sun | Henry David Thoreau Listen now (1 min) | Sometimes a mortal feels in himself Nature...
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A Happy Vicar I Might Have Been | George OrwellListen now (3 min) | Orwell’s poetry is not among his best known – or most highly praised – work, but nonetheless shares similar concerns to his prose.
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The Sunday Poem: The Second Coming by YeatsListen now (2 min) | It will not be a day of peace and salvation, but of fear and reckoning.
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The Sunday Poem: This Be The Verse by LarkinListen now (54 sec) | On the heritability of being fucked up
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The Sunday Poem: If recollecting were forgetting by Emily DickinsonListen now (1 min) | A very clever poem on the nature of meaning using if/then syllogisms
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The Sunday Poem: The Infinite by LeopardiListen now (4 min) | An evocative piece on the all-consuming beauty of nature.
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The Sunday Poem: This World is not ConclusionListen now (2 min) | Death may not be the end
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