If you’d like to request a reading of a favourite poem, please either:
* email us at classicpoetryaloud [at] yahoo.co.uk, or
* use the comment box below.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Please note, though, that we’re only featuring out of copyright poetry on the site at the moment.
I would love to hear your reading of Keat’s “Bright Star”. Thanks for all of you’re podcasts, they bring me great solace.
All the Best,
Thanks for your request, Chloe.
We’ll add it to our list.
Can you include The Lay of the Last Minstrel by Sir Walter Scott?
Good suggestion, Jerome.
We’ll add it to our requests list.
REQUEST: Hartley Coleridge: “Ah! Woeful impotence of weak resolve” (a.k.a. “Followed by Another”) — a virtually unknown but deeply poignant poem that, sadly, speaks powerfully to me and — I’m sure — many others!
New poems: including a selection from his published poetry, by Hartley Coleridge. Oxford University Press, 1942: p. 87.
Hartley Coleridge: A Reassessment of His Life and Work, by Andrew Keanie. Palgrave Macmillan, 2008, pp. 163-164 (ISBN-13: 978-1403974372)
Thanks Joseph. Nice idea.
We’ll add Hartley Coleridge to our requests list.