11 min

How I Found Love; Poetry Walks Episode 13 Poetry Walks

    • Arts

Welcome to Poetry Walks! A podcast that brings poems from our hearts to your ears. Center yourself through imaginative and calming poems as Arlo guides you through the forest. Step within through these relaxing poems that question existence, friendship, activism, love, and self-worth. For a full transcript of today's episode please visit Arlo's personal website: https://arlotomecek.com/sound/poetry-walks In today's episode we read Mariel Anna Norris' poems, Time United and Stagnant Time Without You. You can support Norris' work here.

Land Acknowledgement: This podcast was recorded on forcibly ceded Mohican land. You can learn more about land acknowledgement through the links below: 

https://native-land.ca/

https://www.whose.land/en/ 

https://library.chatham.edu/whoseland

Land acknowledgement is a way of showing historical accuracy, transparency, and honoring First Nations of this land. While land acknowledgement is not enough on its own, we invite you do the research and understand the multiplicity of histories under your feet.

Thank you for listening to Poetry Walks! To submit your work, you can do so by emailing arlotomecek@gmail.com. To help this podcast, you can review and rate us on Apple Podcasts.

Welcome to Poetry Walks! A podcast that brings poems from our hearts to your ears. Center yourself through imaginative and calming poems as Arlo guides you through the forest. Step within through these relaxing poems that question existence, friendship, activism, love, and self-worth. For a full transcript of today's episode please visit Arlo's personal website: https://arlotomecek.com/sound/poetry-walks In today's episode we read Mariel Anna Norris' poems, Time United and Stagnant Time Without You. You can support Norris' work here.

Land Acknowledgement: This podcast was recorded on forcibly ceded Mohican land. You can learn more about land acknowledgement through the links below: 

https://native-land.ca/

https://www.whose.land/en/ 

https://library.chatham.edu/whoseland

Land acknowledgement is a way of showing historical accuracy, transparency, and honoring First Nations of this land. While land acknowledgement is not enough on its own, we invite you do the research and understand the multiplicity of histories under your feet.

Thank you for listening to Poetry Walks! To submit your work, you can do so by emailing arlotomecek@gmail.com. To help this podcast, you can review and rate us on Apple Podcasts.

11 min

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