Friday, April 17, 2009

Sunshine Friday

Happy Friday.



As always, Sweet Dreams to you all.

8 comments:

glorv1 said...

Very nicely read. Beautiful poems that go straight to the heart. Thx and have a great weekend.

Cheryl Lynn said...

Such beautifully romantic poems. Love is always a winning theme in poetry and writing in general. I don't know if I invited you already, but please go to my other blog, Write1Publications and read some of the poetry I've written. I would love to know what you think. I haven't been back for a while but I intend to really start writing and promoting my writer's blog.

Love you, Hon, and can't wait to hear what you think.

http://thewrite1publications.
blogspot.com

gemma said...

Shell I really enjoyed these poems.
Looking forward to hearing you read Shakespeare. There are so many poems I love. Will think about it before making my request.
Happy weekend.
:-)

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

Brava!

Thanks for sharing your talents with us!

By the way - stop by my blog - there's something there for you.

Nicole said...

I love poetry! My favorite poet is Robert Frost. I love finding hidden messages in poems.
Awesome read, and have a good weekend!

Judy Hartman said...

Shell!!!
I have been away, but just read this post - THANK YOU for the Sarah Teasdale poems!!! Beautiful!!!
Thank you for your kind remarks about my blog!
What a lovely surprise!!
I have been enjoying your poetry month celebration so much. Love hearing your lilting voice reading poetry!
Have a great week, Shell!

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

Okay, when and where are you going to reading in city and cause I would love to come and see you he he he!!!! This is fabulous! You are just stepping out there and doing your thing! How wonderful is this! You win hands down. Very romantic indeed!!!! Thanks so much for wonderful comments my friend. Thanks from the bottom of my heart.

Sarah said...

That was beautiful Shell! I love listening to you read. This is a new poet to me and I thought they were lovely poems.
On P and P-have you seen the BBC version with Jennifer Eahl(spelling?!) and Colin Firth? It's great and very faithful to the book. Mr Colins is so brilliantly repulsive!
Have a good week. x