The Voces Podcast: 2.6 Euphoric Thoughts w/ Mary Oliver
In this week's episode, we explore the hit HBO Max show Euphoria and break down how relatable it actually is to the high school experience. We also talk about the glamorization of drug culture and its impact on teenage audiences, this week with special guest host, Mary Oliver.
In our last episode, Sandra challenged Dee to read “Of the Empire,” “Black Oaks,” and “The Summer Day,” three poems by Mary Oliver. This week, we hear her thoughts about the poems and discuss their meaning to both Dee and Sandra.
7. Rediscover Your Place - Wild Geese by Mary Oliver
What small part do you and I play in this vast and ever-expanding universe? In this episode on the poem "Wild Geese" by Mary Oliver, hear how Oliver's bird's-eye view of life helps lighten the weight of our human concerns. Then try the meditation to rediscover feelings of oneness and find a sense of place and wonder in the world today.•Visit readitationspodcast.com to hear every episode and learn about what's coming next.•Support the podcast at patreon.com/readitationspodcast and join the budding Readitations community.•Thanks to Josue Mundt for his work on the theme music and sound design in this episode.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/readitationspodcast)
Today, I'm taking you to my favourite spot by the creek and reading 7 poems by Mary Oliver, from her book Devotions. By the end, you'll hear why this episode became even more special for me. I'm so glad we could spend some time together in this place.
Tanner Olson and Taylor Jarman discuss what the world is celebrating on April 29th, rejoicing, and Mary Oliver. Show Notes: Grace to You MinistriesCo-host of Just Thinking Podcasthttps://justthinking.me/podcast-home/ Cat Cheese Challengehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGJq4STkjGY Summer Day by Mary Oliver https://www.loc.gov/programs/poetry-and-literature/poet-laureate/poet-laureate-projects/poetry-180/all-poems/item/poetry-180-133/the-summer-day/ Submit mailbag questions (and the things you’ve Googled!) to firstname.lastname@example.orgTo become a Patron and support the mission of Written to Speak, visit www.patreon.com/writtentospeak.Visit writtentospeak.com to read, shop, or watch.Use code PODCAST20 to get 20% off your order.www.writtentospeak.com/podcastSupport the show (http://www.writtentospeak.com/podcast)
#06 Half a Dozen Poems (including my own and a Mary Oliver poem)
Magic for Realists
In this 6th dose of Magic for Realists I share half a dozen “poems” with you. Listen in for a snow fall of words to refresh your senses. Some poems are conceptual, others actual. Some I wrote, two of them from 2 of my favourite poets. If there’s one basket for all these eggs, perhaps it is called “a hopeful perch”. Enjoy. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/magicforrealists/message
Episode 15: Poetry - Nourish Your Soul with “Wild Geese” by Mary Oliver
In the first episode of our new series, all about Poetry, we look at my favorite poem: "Wild Geese" by Mary Oliver. With deceptive simplicity, Oliver's poem releases readers of their guilt and worries, and offers them a safe place to rest. All this, while reminding audiences of an instinctive and necessary imperative: heed the call of life, of the world. Listen in as we review the beauty of the poem through an approachable investigation of this work: the meaning, structure, poetic techniques, and favorite lines. Want more? Check out letters-leaves.com for all the goods, included a hand-illustrated printable of this poem! ------- Song: DayFox - Lioness (Instrumental) https://soundcloud.com/dayfox/dayfox-lioness-instrumental-vlog-version Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 — CC BY 3.0 Free Download: https://musiclib.net/2Mck2GO Music promoted by Music Library – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkGASPkDpGE
Ch. 2 Nature's Beauty - offering living voice to Mary Oliver
The Living Voice Project - Sacred Feminine Wisdom Stories
This chapter's living voice is offered by Lela Clawson-Miller on January 17, 2021 in Somerville, Massachusetts. She will share the wisdom of the American poet Mary Oliver and her love for nature's beauty. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/livingvoice/support