Poetry Reading: Inferno by Nandita

I have decided to do something a bit different today.

I was inspired by a reading that fellow blogger Misterkaki recorded of my poem, All So Far Away, which can be found at: https://misterkaki.blog/2018/05/16/all-so-far-away-ouroboros/

I have recorded a reading of the poem Inferno by Nandita, in collaboration with beautiful Blackbird, of the blog Wandering Thoughts.

The reading can be found at: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gW1OpNv6ovsF1A5L1yr2aFf_SJHIq5xd/view?usp=drivesdk


7 thoughts on “Poetry Reading: Inferno by Nandita

  1. Ohhhh! I don’t know why but I’m trembling after hearing that!
    Blackbird, your voice scored me with such a frail blade that belied the depth of it’s incision. I heard no words, only the deep groaning of vulnerability surrendering to courage’s embrace.

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    1. Thank you, Maggie, for such a poetic and honest response. The process of recording this was very intimate and meaningful for us. I am glad to hear that it came through to you in the recording.

      And I agree with your words… Her voice carries with it a certain haunting charm and grace that ascends beyond the meaning of the words themselves and expresses raw soul and emotion.

      Thank you as always for participating in this experience. We love you and your contributions to this story.

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  2. Thank you for this honour, you two. It is always a wonderful feeling to know you have the power to inspire and more so, to have your word read. I appreciate this gesture very much.

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    1. We were happy to read your work; it is a beautiful poem that lends itself well to the spoken word. Thank you for the inspiration and for contributing to the shared creative experience that is this platform.


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