Daniel Sheehan - The Poetry Of

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Daniel Sheehan

Narrated By: Ghizela Rowe

Publisher: The Copyright Group Ltd.

Date: May 2017

Duration: 0 hours 54 minutes

Summary:

The Poetry Of Daniel Sheehan. Poetry is a fascinating use of language. With almost a million words at its command it is not surprising that these Isles have produced some of the most beautiful, moving and descriptive verse through the centuries. In this series we look at a poet who is a frequent contributor to anthologies and collections and is here published in his own collection for the first time; Daniel Sheehan. If is famously said that no man is an island. But perhaps many are mysteries. Some seek limelight, others the shadows. In the case of Daniel Sheehan either little is known of him or he wants little to be known. Probably the latter. His work hints at a great love and a journey that is unknown but almost unimportant as to its destination. It is a journey with someone and for someone. His words of the heart, his thoughts of the soul. In short a modern romantic, someone to make the world little less harsh but a little more important. In this internet age surprisingly little is known of him so there is little to tell except in his verse from the past 3 years or so. We have recorded many of his poems and they are available as an audiobook from our sister company Portable Poetry. Many samples are at our youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/PortablePoetry?feature=mhee The full volume can be purchased from iTunes, Amazon and other digital stores. The poems are read for you by Ghizela Rowe & Richard Mitchley. Index Of Poems; But Stay A While; I Carry The Cross Of A Minor Faith; The Whispered Meaning; Like Flames In A Catholic Night; At The Mercy Goes The Light; No Juice In The Tank Now; And The Man Who Sold His Armies; Razored By Emotions; This Journey May Not End; I Must Be A Vampire; Flakes Of Comfort; That Endless Loop; I Am Your Father; That Kiss; In My Thoughts I Kiss You; And I Run To You; Words Will Rupture; Once Your Kiss Would Make Me Dizzy; Deeper I Cannot Fall; In The Safety Of Your Mouth; An Atheist's Journey; And Your Feet Are The Author, Your Eyes Every Page; This Black Ribbon Freeway; In The Belly Of This Metal Beast; The Ancient Arteries Of America; By My Two Feet And Endless Times; In This Journey; I Am Lonely For The Shadows; Raise Me; The Stillness Of Angels; At Sundown; In This Summer; Winter Calls; Twilight Shadows; I Am An Irish Son; To Bathe My Face; This Scottish Ground; And I Run To You; In My Thoughts I Kiss You; Words Will Rupture; Beauty's Last Angel; If My Fingers Could Torture The Keys On This Board; That Kiss; It Is Autumn; It Is Winter; A Winter's Sad Retreat; Amongst The Redwoods, Giant And Still; I Am Your Mother And You My Child; A Mother's Love - Where She Goes She Is Not Gone; Faulted Dreams; Winter's Naked Woods; No Mercy Here; December Sales Drive; God Arrest Ye Merry Gentlemen; Some Days The Truth Is Bitter; Across The Lines; In Your Heart I Know That I Have Left; Promises That Fail Their Makers Lips; An Atheist's Christmas; That Red Leather Ball; My Peace With Eternity; This Untold Heart Shall Yet Have Name; Bone Deep Damp; My Muscled Soul; Broken By Love; My Peace With Eternity; The Stillness Of Angels; I Am What He Writes About; This Edge Of Love; I Have Colors In My Head; I Have Mercy Now For No One; Your Words Were Not Victims; In The Fear; Here In The Nightmare; In This Fog; To Mock You Hollow; With Your Words Denied; My Dreams Once Had Mercy; The Solitude Of Tears; Was Once My Heartbeat; In This Night; Across The Years; On Anniversary Days; In Every Step; In The Violent Coloured Skies; Yesterday's Truth; Heaven Holds You Now; In The Graveyard Stands The Stone; As The Years And Decades Slowly Pass; If Time Should Splinter; I Saw You Turn; My Name Is Stolen From Beauty's Own Blood; Cranking 'Long The Road; The Night Has Passed; At Night My Eyes Look Up; As My Footsteps Weary To The Grave; If My Roots Are Torn; I Hear The Giddy Hoops; The Monotone Of Innocence; Why Has An Angel Died; I Can't Decide By Words; The Stars Are Your Fame.

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Daniel Sheehan - The Poetry Of

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