Recording Keats Poems and Letters

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Postby dks » Mon Apr 24, 2006 6:19 am

Saturn wrote:I will now add my own reading of Keats final letter to the site.

It's a bit overwrought and some will think I get a bit carried away in this reading but I was trying to capture the emotion of the letter which is one of the saddest things I've ever read.


:cry: :cry:

Thank you, Saturn. That's the first time I've cried today.
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Postby Saturn » Mon Apr 24, 2006 9:23 am

I think I just backed away from the microphone on that bit where the voice lowers.

I know it's very intense but I know almost how he felt and have even used some of the words he uses himself on may occassion so it wasn't hard to imagine what was going through his head.

I've been to death's door myself in my life so I know what it feels like to have nothing left to lose.
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