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A Cradle Song (from Songs of Innocence)
Read by: Clara Villanueva
Blake, William Intermediate
A Dream (from Songs of Innocence)
Read by: Madeline Jacobs
Blake, William Advanced
A Little Boy Lost (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: David Marenberg
Blake, William Advanced
A Little Girl Lost (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: Jeffrey Longcor
Blake, William Advanced
A Poison Tree (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: Scott Becker
Blake, William Advanced
Earth's Answer (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: David Marenberg
Blake, William Advanced
Eternity
Read by: Allison Horton
Blake, William Beginning
Holy Thursday (I) (from Songs of Innocence)
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Blake, William Advanced
Holy Thursday (II.) (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Blake, William Advanced
Infant Joy (from Songs of Innocence)
Read by: Scott Becker
Blake, William Advanced
Infant Sorrow (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Blake, William Advanced
Laughing Song (from Songs of Innocence)
Read by: Madeline Jacobs
Blake, William Advanced
My Pretty Rose-Tree (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: Hana Qugana
Blake, William Advanced
Night (from Songs of Innocence)
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Blake, William Advanced
Nurse's Song (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: Madeline Jacobs
Blake, William Advanced
The Blossom (from Songs of Innocence)
Read by: Madeline Jacobs
Blake, William Advanced
The Chimney Sweep (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: Hana Qugana
Blake, William Advanced
The Clod & the Pebble (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: Stephanie Chan
Blake, William Advanced
The Divine Image (from Songs of Innocence)
Read by: Stephanie Chan
Blake, William Advanced
The Echoing Green (from Songs of Innocence)
Read by: David Marenberg
Blake, William Advanced
The Fly (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: Ellie Wen
Blake, William Advanced
The Garden of Love (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: Scott Becker
Blake, William Advanced
The Human Abstract (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Blake, William Advanced
The Lamb (from Songs of Innocence)
Read by: Ryan Reynolds
Blake, William Intermediate
The Little Boy Found (from Songs of Innocence)
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Blake, William Intermediate
The Little Girl Found (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Blake, William Intermediate
The Little Vagabond (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: Madeline Jacobs
Blake, William Advanced
The Schoolboy (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: Scott Becker
Blake, William Advanced
The Shepherd (from Songs of Innocence)
Read by: Madeline Jacobs
Blake, William Advanced
The Sick Rose
Read by: Hana Qugana
Blake, William Advanced
The Tyger (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: Ellie Wen
Blake, William Advanced
The Voice of the Ancient Bard (Experience)
Read by: Scott Becker
Blake, William Advanced
To the Evening Star
Read by: Stephanie Chan
Blake, William Advanced
To Tirzah (from Songs of Experience)
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Blake, William Advanced
On The Death Of Anne Bronte
Read by: Elizabeth Kim
Bronte, Charlotte Intermediate
No Coward Soul Is Mine
Read by: Meredith Ginley
Bronte, Emily Beginning
Remembrance
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Bronte, Emily Advanced
The Prisoner
Read by: Benjamin Brooks
Bronte, Emily Advanced
Day That I Have Loved
Read by: Bobby Allen
Brooke, Rupert Advanced
Peace
Read by: Bobby Allen
Brooke, Rupert Advanced
Pine-Trees and the Sky: Evening
Read by: Bobby Allen
Brooke, Rupert Advanced
Safety
Read by: Bobby Allen
Brooke, Rupert Advanced
Seaside
Read by: Bobby Allen
Brooke, Rupert Beginning
The Beginning
Read by: Bobby Allen
Brooke, Rupert Advanced
The Dead (1)
Read by: Bobby Allen
Brooke, Rupert Advanced
The Dead (2)
Read by: Bobby Allen
Brooke, Rupert Advanced
The Treasure
Read by: Bobby Allen
Brooke, Rupert Advanced
Thou hast thy calling to some palace-floor
Read by: Erin Mesdag
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett Advanced
With the same heart, I said, I'll answer thee
Read by: Erin Mesdag
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett Advanced
Yes, call me by my pet-name! let me hear
Read by: Erin Mesdag
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett Advanced
Parting at Morning
Read by: Chelsea Brown
Browning, Robert Beginning
The Year's at the Spring
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Browning, Robert Advanced
A Red, Red Rose
Read by: Sam Adelman
Burns, Robert Advanced
Kubla Khan
Read by: Adam Frank
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor Advanced
"Faith" is a fine invention
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
"Faithful to the end" Amended
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
"Heaven" has different Signs -- to me
Read by: Anthony McGovern
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
"Houses" -- so the Wise Men tell me --
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
"I want" - it pleaded - All its life
Read by: Alexandra Lavers
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
"Nature" is what we see
Read by: Justen Sumner
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
"Remember me" implored the Thief!
Read by: Justen Sumner
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
"Secrets" is a daily word
Read by: Anthony McGovern
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
"They have not chosen me," he said,
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
'Tis good--the looking back on Grief--
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
'Tis so much joy! 'Tis so much joy!
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
'Twas my one Glory --
Read by: Kelsey Weber
Dickinson, Emily Beginning
'Twas such a little -- little boat
Read by: Kelsey Weber
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
A Bird came down the Walk
Read by: Stephanie Chan
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
A darting fear -- a pomp -- a tear --
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
A Day! Help! Help! Another Day!
Read by: Deizsa Jackson
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
A feather from the Whippoorwill
Read by: Bobby Allen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
A fuzzy fellow, without feet,
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
A little bread -- a crust -- a crumb --
Read by: Bobby Allen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
A Murmur in the Trees--to note--
Read by: Mojdeh Memarzadeh
Dickinson, Emily Beginning
A science -- so the Savants say,
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
A slash of Blue --
Read by: Jan Stewart
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
A something in a summer's Day
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
A Thought went up my mind today --
Read by: Kaitlin Storck
Dickinson, Emily Beginning
A transport one cannot contain
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
A word is dead
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
After great pain, a formal feeling comes
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Ah, Moon -- and Star!
Read by: Jan Stewart
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Ah, Necromancy Sweet!
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
All overgrown by cunning moss,
Read by: Jocelyn Medawar
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
An awful Tempest mashed the air --
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Angels, in the early morning
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Artists wrestled here!
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
As by the dead we love to sit,
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
As Children bid the Guest
Read by: Bobby Allen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
As if some little Arctic flower
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
As Watchers hang upon the East,
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
At last, to be identified!
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Baffled for just a day or two --
Read by: Lauren Schaffel
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Because I could not stop for death
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Bee! I'm expecting you!
Read by: Ellie Wen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Before I got my eye put out
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Behind Me -- dips Eternity --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Between My Country--and the Others
Read by: Ellie Wen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Bless God, he went as soldiers,
Read by: Bobby Allen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Bloom--is Result--to meet a Flower
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
By a flower -- By a letter --
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
By Chivalries as tiny,
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Cocoon above! Cocoon below!
Read by: Bobby Allen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Crisis is a Hair
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Crumbling is not an instant's Act
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Drama's Vitallest Expression is the Common Day
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Dust is the only Secret --
Read by: Bobby Allen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Dying! Dying in the night!
Read by: Bobby Allen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Except to Heaven, she is nought.
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Exultation is the going
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Floss won't save you from an Abyss
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Flowers -- Well -- if anybody
Read by: Jocelyn Medawar
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
For each ecstatic instant
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
For every Bird a Nest --
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
For this -- accepted Breath --
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Forbidden fruit a flavor has
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Frequently the woods are pink --
Read by: Sophia On
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Glowing is her Bonnet,
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Going to Heaven!
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Good night, because we must,
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Great Caesar! Condescend
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Had I not seen the Sun
Read by: Sophia On
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Have you got a Brook in your little heart,
Read by: Bobby Allen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
He ate and drank the precious words
Read by: David Marenberg
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
He strained my faith--
Read by: Scott Penfield
Dickinson, Emily Beginning
He was weak, and I was strong -- then --
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Heart! We will forget him!
Read by: Ellie Wen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Heaven is what I cannot reach
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Her breast is fit for pearls,
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Hope is the thing with feathers
Read by: Madeline Jacobs
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
How soft this Prison is
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
I Came to buy a smile -- today --
Read by: Jan Stewart
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
I can wade Grief--
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
I cross till I am weary
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
I felt a Cleaving in my Mind --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
I felt a Funeral, in my Brain,
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
I had not minded -- Walls --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
I had some things that I called mine --
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
I have no Life but this --
Read by: Kelsey Weber
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
I haven't told my garden yet --
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
I heard a Fly buzz -- when I died --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
I held a Jewel in my fingers--
Read by: Jan Stewart
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
I lost a World -- the other day!
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
I never hear the word
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
I never hear the word "escape"
Read by: Stephanie Chan
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
I never told the buried gold
Read by: Jocelyn Medawar
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
I often passed the village
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
I saw no Way-The Heavens were stitched
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
I shall know why -- when Time is over --
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
I stepped from plank to plank
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
I stole them from a Bee --
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
I tend my flowers for thee --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
I think that the Root of the Wind is Water
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
I went to Heaven --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
I'm "wife" -- I've finished that --
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
I'm ceded--I've stopped being Theirs--
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
I'm Nobody! Who are you?
Read by: Bobby Allen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
I'm the little
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
I've heard an Organ talk, sometimes
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Ideals are the Fairy Oil
Read by: Ellie Wen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
If I can stop one heart from breaking
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
If I should cease to bring a Rose
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
If I should die,
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
If I shouldn't be alive
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
If my Bark sink
Read by: Sophia On
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
If pain for peace prepares
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
If recollecting were forgetting,
Read by: Lauren Schaffel
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
If she had been the Mistletoe
Read by: Jocelyn Medawar
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
If the foolish, call them
Read by: Jocelyn Medawar
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
If this is
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
If your Nerve, deny you --
Read by: Jan Stewart
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
In lands I never saw -- they say
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
In rags mysterious as these
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
It did not surprise me --
Read by: Allison Karic
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
It was given to me by the Gods --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
It will be Summer -- eventually.
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
It would have starved a Gnat --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
It's all I have to bring today --
Read by: Sophia On
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
It's such a little thing to weep --
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Just lost, when I was saved!
Read by: Bobby Allen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Love is anterior to life
Read by: Jena Johnson
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Low at my problem bending,
Read by: Jocelyn Medawar
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Make me a picture of the sun --
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Mama never forgets her birds,
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Many cross the Rhine
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Morning -- is the place for Dew --
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Musicians wrestle everywhere --
Read by: Bobby Allen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
My friend attacks my friend!
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
My friend must be a Bird --
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
My Life had stood--a Loaded Gun--
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
My nosegays are for Captives --
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
My period had come for Prayer --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
My River runs to thee --
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
New feet within my garden go --
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
No Rack can torture me --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Nobody knows this little Rose --
Read by: Allison Karic
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Of course -- I prayed --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Of Paradise' existence
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
On a Columnar Self --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
On this long storm the Rainbow rose --
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Once more, my now bewildered Dove
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Our lives are Swiss --
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Our share of night to bear --
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Over the fence
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Pain has an element of blank
Read by: Angelo Gladding
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Papa above!
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Peace is a fiction of our Faith --
Read by: Ellie Wen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Perhaps you'd like to buy a flower,
Read by: Bobby Allen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Poor little Heart!
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Portraits are to daily faces
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Purple -- is fashionable twice --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Beginning
Rehearsal to Ourselves
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Said Death to Passion
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Savior! I've no one else to tell --
Read by: Jan Stewart
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Sexton! My Master's sleeping here.
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Shame is the shawl of Pink
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
She died -- this was the way she died.
Read by: Bobby Allen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
She died at play,
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
She slept beneath a tree --
Read by: Bobby Allen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
She went as quiet as the Dew
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Snow flakes.
Read by: Jocelyn Medawar
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
So from the mould
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
So proud she was to die
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Some such Butterfly be seen
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Some things that fly there be --
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Soul, Wilt thou toss again?
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
South Winds jostle them --
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Split the Lark--and you'll find the Music--
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Superiority to Fate
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Surgeons must be very careful
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Taken from men -- this morning --
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Tell all the Truth but tell it slant --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
The Bee is not afraid of me.
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
The Fact that Earth is Heaven --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
The first Day that I was a Life
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
The Frost of Death was on the Pane--
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
The Gentian weaves her fringes --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
The Guest is gold and crimson --
Read by: Jocelyn Medawar
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
The Heart asks Pleasure -- first --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
The Lady feeds Her little Bird
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Beginning
The Moon was but a Chin of Gold
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
The Murmur of a Bee
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
The rainbow never tells me
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
The Riddle we can guess
Read by: Ellie Wen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
The Soul selects her own Society--
Read by: Jan Stewart
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
The Tint I cannot take -- is best --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
The Way I read a Letter's--this--
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
The Whole of it came not at once --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
There is no Frigate like a Book
Read by: Ellie Wen
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
There's a certain Slant of light,
Read by: Jan Stewart
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
They shut me up in Prose --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
This Dust, and its Feature --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
This heart that broke so long --
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
This World is not Conclusion.
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Through the Dark Sod--as Education--
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
To fight aloud, is very brave --
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
To hang our head -- ostensibly --
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
To his simplicity
Read by: Kelsey Weber
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
To put this World down, like a Bundle--
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
To venerate the simple days
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Under the Light, yet under,
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Beginning
Victory comes late --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
Water, is taught by thirst.
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
We can but follow to the Sun --
Read by: Gary Bodwin
Dickinson, Emily Intermediate
We don't cry -- Tim and I,
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
We learn in the retreating
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
What Inn is this
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
What shall I do -- it whimpers so --
Read by: Mark Eckardt
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
When we stand on the tops of Things--
Read by: Jan Stewart
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Whether my bark went down at sea --
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Will there really be a "Morning"?
Read by: Scott Becker
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
You're right--
Read by: Jan Stewart
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Your thoughts don't have words every day
Read by: Sophia On
Dickinson, Emily Advanced
Today and Tomorrow
Read by: Sophia On
Dryden, John Advanced
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
Read by: Sophia On
Eliot, Thomas Stearns Advanced
Compensation
Read by: Brad Fowler
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Intermediate
Concord Hymn
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Advanced
Days
Read by: Elliot Bodian
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Advanced
Each and All
Read by: Ryan Reynolds
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Advanced
Eros
Read by: Gregory Price
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Beginning
Fable
Read by: Clara Villanueva
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Intermediate
Forerunners
Read by: Rachel Smith
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Beginning
Give All to Love
Read by: Natasha Phillips
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Advanced
Insight
Read by: Ellie Wen
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Intermediate
Merops (Articulate Speech)
Read by: Raymond Radovich
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Beginning
Song of Nature
Read by: Faith Davis
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Beginning
The Apology
Read by: Clara Villanueva
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Intermediate
The Humble-Bee
Read by: Clara Villanueva
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Intermediate
The Snow-storm
Read by: Emanuel Yekutiel
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Advanced
The Sphinx
Read by: Scott Penfield
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Advanced
Thine Eyes Still Shined
Read by: Jeffrey Cruise
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Advanced
Waldeinsamkeit (Forest Solitude)
Read by: Justen Sumner
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Beginning
A Dream Pang
Read by: Arielle Aaronson
Frost, Robert Advanced
A Girl?s Garden
Read by: Katie Richardson
Frost, Robert Advanced
A Late Walk
Read by: Michael Eddy
Frost, Robert Advanced
A Line-storm Song
Read by: D.P. Albert
Frost, Robert Advanced
A Patch of Old Snow
Read by: Michael Eddy
Frost, Robert Advanced
A Prayer in Spring
Read by: Arielle Aaronson
Frost, Robert Advanced
A Time to Talk
Read by: Chris Ocasio
Frost, Robert Beginning
An Encounter
Read by: Elizabeth Kim
Frost, Robert Intermediate
Meeting and Passing
Read by: Jenna Spinks
Frost, Robert Beginning
The Road Not Taken
Read by: Julia Guren
Frost, Robert Advanced
I Look into My Glass
Read by: Sophia On
Hardy, Thomas Beginning
Song: To Celia
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Jonson, Ben Advanced
To Fool or Knave
Read by: Sophia On
Jonson, Ben Advanced
Bright Star
Read by: David Marenberg
Keats, John Advanced
Ode to a Grecian Urn
Read by: Melissa Monbouquette
Keats, John Advanced
This Living Hand
Read by: David Marenberg
Keats, John Advanced
To Autumn
Read by: Justen Sumner
Keats, John Advanced
You Say You Love
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Keats, John Advanced
The Floating Old Man
Read by: Zuzy Chavez (with the pre-schoolers of Las Familias del Pueblo)
Lear, Edward Beginning
The Jumblies
Read by: Eleri Cousins
Lear, Edward Intermediate
The Owl and the Pussycat
Read by: Jorge Galindo, Eric Razo, Ellie Wen
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was a Young Girl of Majorca
Read by: Phil Burns
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was a Young Lady of Hull
Read by: Lili Fuller
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was a Young Lady of Norway
Read by: Bobby Allen
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was a Young Lady of Parma
Read by: Phil Burns
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was a Young Lady of Portugal
Read by: Lili Fuller
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was a Young Lady whose chin
Read by: Lili Fuller
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was a Young Lady whose eyes
Read by: Lili Fuller
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was a Young Lady whose nose
Read by: Phil Burns
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was a Young Lady whose nose
Read by: Jorge Galindo, Eric Razo, Ellie Wen
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was a Young Person of Bantry
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was a Young Person of Crete
Read by: Lili Fuller
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Lady of France
Read by: Jorge Galindo, Ana Garcia, Eric Razo, Deisy Samaniego, Ellie Wen
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Lady whose folly
Read by: Phil Burns
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man at a Junction
Read by: Bobby Allen
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man in a barge
Read by: Phil Burns
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man in a Marsh
Read by: Phil Burns
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man in a tree
Read by: Bobby Allen
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man of Corfu
Read by: Lili Fuller
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man of Dee-side
Read by: Phil Burns
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man of Dumbree
Read by: Alejandrina Cardenas, Sendy Rivas, and Ellie Wen
Lear, Edward Beginning
There was an Old Man of Dundee
Read by: Phil Burns
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man of Hong Kong
Read by: Jorge Galindo, Eric Razo, Ellie Wen
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an old man of Lodore
Read by: Stephanie Chan
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man of Peru
Read by: Lili Fuller
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man of the Dargle
Read by: Stephanie Chan
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man of Vesuvius
Read by: Lili Fuller
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man on the Border
Read by: Alejandrina Cardenas, Sendy Rivas, and Ellie Wen
Lear, Edward Beginning
There was an Old Man who screamed out
Read by: Stephanie Chan
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an old man whose delight
Read by: Stephanie Chan
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man whose despair
Read by: Phil Burns
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man with a beard
Read by: Stephanie Chan
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man with a flute
Read by: Stephanie Chan
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man with a poker
Read by: Lili Fuller
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man, on whose nose
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Man, who when little
Read by: Phil Burns
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Person of Bar
Read by: Jorge Galindo, Eric Razo, Ellie Wen
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Person of Basing
Read by: Lili Fuller
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Person of Brill
Read by: Stephanie Chan
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Person of China
Read by: Phil Burns
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Person of Dean
Read by: Bobby Allen
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Person of Ewell
Read by: Bobby Allen
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Person of Fife
Read by: Lili Fuller
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Person of Philae
Read by: Bobby Allen
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an old person of Shields
Read by: Stephanie Chan
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an old person of Sidon
Read by: Stephanie Chan
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Person of Slough
Read by: Bobby Allen
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an Old Person of Woking
Read by: Phil Burns
Lear, Edward Advanced
There was an old person whose legs
Read by: Phil Burns
Lear, Edward Advanced
Annabel Lee
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Poe, Edgar Allan Advanced
Eldorado
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Poe, Edgar Allan Advanced
Sonnet - To Science
Read by: Anh-Tuan Vo
Poe, Edgar Allan Beginning
The City in the Sea
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Poe, Edgar Allan Advanced
The Raven
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Poe, Edgar Allan Advanced
To Helen
Read by: Jeff Kiok
Poe, Edgar Allan Advanced
In an Artist's Studio
Read by: Lili Fuller
Rossetti, Christina Advanced
Who Has Seen the Wind?
Read by: Zuzy Chavez
Rossetti, Christina Beginning
Being your slave, what should I do but tend
Read by: Allison Karic
Shakespeare, William Advanced
Betwixt mine eye and heart a league is took,
Read by: Adam Frank
Shakespeare, William Advanced
Devouring Time, blunt thou the lion's paws,
Read by: Alexander Gard-Murray
Shakespeare, William Advanced
How can my Muse want subject to invent,
Read by: Allison Karic
Shakespeare, William Advanced
I never saw that you did painting need,
Read by: Alexander Gard-Murray
Shakespeare, William Advanced
In faith, I do not love thee with mine eyes,
Read by: Allison Karic
Shakespeare, William Advanced
Let me not to the marriage of true minds
Read by: Alexander Gard-Murray
Shakespeare, William Advanced
Like as the waves make towards the pebbled shore,
Read by: Lauren Schaffel
Shakespeare, William Advanced
Music to hear, why hear'st thou music sadly?
Read by: Allison Karic
Shakespeare, William Advanced
My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun
Read by: Phil Burns
Shakespeare, William Advanced
Not from the stars do I my judgement pluck,
Read by: Adam Frank
Shakespeare, William Advanced
Not marble, nor the gilded monuments
Read by: Alexander Gard-Murray
Shakespeare, William Advanced
O truant Muse, what shall be thy amends
Read by: Alexander Gard-Murray
Shakespeare, William Advanced
Sin of self-love possesseth all mine eye,
Read by: Phil Burns
Shakespeare, William Advanced
So is it not with me as with that Muse,
Read by: Allison Karic
Shakespeare, William Advanced
Ozymandias
Read by: Barbara Ann Richman
Shelley, Percy Bysshe Advanced
A Postcard From The Volcano
Read by: Sophia On
Stevens, Wallace Advanced
The House Was Quiet And The World Was Calm
Read by: Ellie Wen
Stevens, Wallace Advanced
The Snow Man
Read by: Sophia On
Stevens, Wallace Advanced
Break, Break, Break
Read by: Justen Sumner
Tennyson, Alfred Beginning
Crossing the Bar
Read by: Jason H. Majane
Tennyson, Alfred Advanced
The Charge of the Light Brigade
Read by: Chris Ocasio
Tennyson, Alfred Advanced
A Noiseless Patient Spider
Read by: Kristin Asami Shinkawa
Whitman, Walt Beginning
Aboard at a Ship's Helm
Read by: Katie Richardson
Whitman, Walt Beginning
Among the Multitude
Read by: Emily Randall
Whitman, Walt Advanced
An Old Man's Thought of School
Read by: Justen Sumner
Whitman, Walt Advanced
As I Watch'd the Ploughman Ploughing
Read by: Eric Pheifer
Whitman, Walt Advanced
As if a Phantom Caress'd Me
Read by: Clara Villanueva
Whitman, Walt Intermediate
I Hear America Singing
Read by: Abram Kaplan
Whitman, Walt Advanced
O Captain! My Captain!
Read by: James Charles Praley III
Whitman, Walt Advanced
Old War-Dreams
Read by: Reade Everett
Whitman, Walt Beginning
Poets to Come
Read by: Reade Everett
Whitman, Walt Beginning
Reconciliation
Read by: Sophia On
Whitman, Walt Advanced
I wandered lonely as a cloud
Read by: Clara Villanueva
Wordsworth, William Intermediate
My Heart Leaps Up
Read by: Clara Villanueva
Wordsworth, William Intermediate
She dwelt among the untrodden ways
Read by: Abram Kaplan
Wordsworth, William Advanced
She was a phantom of delight
Read by: Emanuel Yekutiel
Wordsworth, William Beginning
The Rainbow
Read by: Jenna Spinks
Wordsworth, William Beginning
Easter 1916
Read by: Emanuel Yekutiel
Yeats, William Butler Beginning
Lapis Lazuli
Read by: Emanuel Yekutiel
Yeats, William Butler Beginning
Sailing to Byzantium
Read by: Jenna Spinks
Yeats, William Butler Beginning
The Lake Isle of Innisfree
Read by: Sophia On
Yeats, William Butler Advanced
When you are old
Read by: Allison Karic
Yeats, William Butler Intermediate

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