Spoken Word Poetry / Anna Binkovitz Performs “To the Boy I Would Have Lost My Virginity To” @poemsabouttoast

(photo from Twitter) I discovered this beautiful piece this week. Thought provoking to say the least, and I love her delivery – perfectly on point. From You Tube: “Anna Binkovitz of Macalester College performs a poem during the prelims of the 2012 College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational.” Please connect with Anna at @poemsabouttoast Thanks!

Spoken Word Thursday – Gage Wallace performs “Joseph Speaks To Mary” @ButtonPoetry

I’m pretty sure that there is some blasphemy in here somewhere (!!) but this is beautiful nonetheless. Please enjoy Gage Wallace’s reading of “Joseph Speaks To Mary”on Button Poetry!

Spoken Word Thursday (weekend edition): “Resurrection” by #DylanGarity from @ButtonPoetry

Due to Christmas we skipped over Spoken Word Thursday, so this week we have a special weekend edition. This is a very powerful and thought-provoking piece by Dylan Garity called “Resurrection” – enjoy. “Jesus was not resurrected by God, he was brought back by people who told his stories.”

Spoken Word Wednesday: “Honest Confessions on Letting Go” by @Kevin_Kantor

This week on Spoken Word Wednesday I’d like to share “Honest Confessions on Letting Go” by Kevin Kantor. This is both funny and poignant and discusses feelings and emotions (and yes, they are two different things, Mom) that we have all experienced and perhaps tried to avoid (or not…) in the foundational stages of a relationship. “…you coveredContinue reading “Spoken Word Wednesday: “Honest Confessions on Letting Go” by @Kevin_Kantor”