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March 11, 2019

Poem of the Day: Annabel Lee

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Poem of the Day: Annabel Lee. by Edgar Allan Poe (read by Brenda Ijima).

Aired February 2, 2017

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4 Comments
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Michael L
10:11 PM 11 March 2019
I really like this poem. I often rhyme in my poetry, and I get a lot of criticism for it. I often wonder why rhyming is so out of vogue now. I really prefer it to poems that don't rhyme.
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Max E
The poem itself is lovely but the reader sound rather emotionless :(
Carolyn G
I agree. The reader sounded as though she either hated the poem, or was concerned that putting some inflection in her voice would have added too much interpretation, maybe? I believe a computer would have read it in a similar fashion, but that's not the point of poetry, is it?
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Jennifer L
One of my favorites! Nice
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