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The Raven by Poe Audio Poem
The Raven
Audio Poem
by Edgar Allan Poe


Edgar Allan Poe
poems are treasured by poetry lovers, but the most famous poem of them all is The Raven. This haunting narrative poem tells the tale of a man sitting in the dark of night in a shadow-filled room, when all at once a tap sounds at his door. Filled with fear and lamentation for a lost love, this poem has enchanted readers for generations.  

The Raven, by Edgar Allan Poe
If by Kipling Audio Poem
If
Audio Poem
by Rudyard Kipling


Rudyard Kipling
's If was voted England's most favorite poem by its most favorite poet. If by Rudyard Kipling is a poem that enchants everyone who hears it. Even people who find most audio poems too abstract or boring fall under the spell of this Kipling poem that stands as a testament to all man can be and ought to be.

If, by Rudyard Kipling
Kubla Khan Audio Poem
Kubla Khan
Audio Poem
by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Plunge into this famous Coleridge poem that can be called a nature poem or an inspirational poem, depending on your view; for it speaks of a mighty metaphor, a river in an enchanted land, described with all the skill of poetry Coleridge is famed for. And this river, so glorious and fierce, is the inspiration that the poet seeks to describe the loveliest of visions. Visit the fairy land of this famous audio poem and find out what the vision could have been that left such a glorious impression in the famous poet.

Kubla Khan, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Walrus and the Carpenter Audio Poem
The Walrus and the Carpenter
Audio Poem
Lewis Carroll

Of the poems from Alice in Wonderland, this audio poem is perhaps the most famous and most entertaining. The Walrus and the Carpenter by Lewis Carroll tells the tale of Innocence duped by Greed and Avarice. Children will love the funny tale, and adults will relish the political undertones of this witty audio poem.

The Walrus and the Carpenter, by Lewis Carroll (from Alice in Wonderland)
Welcome Poetry Lovers!
Author, Dew Pellucid

I'm Tal Boldo (pen name, Dew Pellucid), author of  The Sound and the Echoes, a lyrical, high-concept fantasy for middle grade & young adult readers. So much of my writing style was influenced by poetry, especially the English Romantic Poets. In tribute, I've created this free audio poems library. I hope you visit often and stay long! And if you think you don't like poetry, I'll shake your resolution with this quote from the movie, Chocolat: "It's not that kind of poetry." So give it a try!


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