Lately I’ve been focusing on my scholastic/analysis
type work, so I’ve decided to actively read more poetry – and share it with YOU. That – and I haven’t been so successful at getting my podcast episodes up. So here’s the start of a compilation of favorite poems (public domain of course).
I first read The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock by T.S. Eliot in high school and again in one of my undergraduate English college courses. It’s always been a favorite of mine – the imagery Eliot uses, the waves of repetitive phrases, the sounds of the verses, and the repetition of this line that I love to quote:
And the women come and go, talking of Michaelangelo
To read the poem in full, visit this link.
Podcast: [powerpress url=”http://www.charitytran.com/feed/podcast/PR1-Poetry-Eliot-Prufrock.mp3″]The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock by T.S. Eliot – charitytran.com | Download