Happy Valentine's Day to those who celebrate! To those who don't, stick around. We'll have some fun today, too.
For the holiday, Prose is proud nine poems of sensuous, sumptuous loooooooove, plus plus some fun musical interpretation at the end. Today we have:
"The Passionate Shepherd to His Love" by Christopher Marlowe, Sonnets 18 and 130 by William Shakespeare, "The Definition of Love" by Andrew Marvell, "Love's Philosophy" by Percy Bysshe Shelley, "Meeting at Night" by Robert Browning, and three original poems be me, Jared I. Magee - "Because You've Cut Our Lives Together Short," "Asclepius," and "The Lion and the Raven."
All noises and musical tracks in the background of the story are from Freesound.org. The sounds and musical tracks are all being used under CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication Licenses.
Find out what happened to the wayward male drone that escaped Nurse’s hive and what that means to Telo in Parts IX and X of Jack Lee's Ants of the Fire: The Legend of Telo titled "Fleeing" and "Betrayal."
Lose yourself and who you are destined to be only to find yourself again in "Friday's Child."
Hello and welcome to episode forty-nine of Prose.
This week, lose yourself and who you are destined to be only to find yourself again and find out what happened to the wayward male drone that escaped Nurse’s hive and what that means to Telo.
As always, thanks for listening. Let’s get to the tales, shall we?
This week we have “Friday’s Child” and Ants of the Fire: The Legend of Telo – Parts IX and X: “Fleeing” and “Betrayal.”
Become enamored of the inner workings of another in this poem from first time guest author Hannah Cook.
Hannah Cook is a native of the beautiful state of Arkansas. Her true loves in life include the art of writing, the great outdoors, and dancing at unexpected moments with her nieces and nephew. Her days are spent laughing with her family, stealing moments to scribble her stories, and enjoying the twists and turns that life throws her way.
Rejoin Nurse and Telo as they run for their lives from vicious winged foes in Ants of the Fire: The Legend of Telo, a novella by Jack Lee, Parts VII and VIII: "The Flies" and "Stung."
Jolt at some unintended consequences of a rather callous breakup in "Take a Break."
Hello and welcome to the long-awaited Episode 48 of Prose. This week, rejoin Nurse and Telo as they run for their lives from vicious winged foes and jolt at some unintended consequences of a breakup.
For Episode 48, we have Ants of the Fire:Legend of Telo, Parts VII and VIII entitled “The Flies” and “Stung” and “Take a Break.” Also, as a way of apologizing, I have a special poem for you today from a new guest author, Hannah Cook. Do stick around for that after the second story. Enjoy!
A quick announcement about Episode 48.