Cautionary Tales and Cocktail Hours
Nice reading Michelle. You make poetry come alive, and you know how I feel about poetry (at least I won't say it's a dying art form). Had to view your reading at MW's house, since I'm working off of Juno slowband.
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Michelle. It was nice to put the voice to the writing. Great poem and read. You should do this more often. MW
This was funny and fun and awkward and awesome and poorly lite and adorable and fantastic and you should try to do more of these or even simply a audio cast. Check out Odeo.com for simple podcasting tools.
Aww, that was adorable. I love your lil stuffed animal. Kudos for getting in front of a camera and reading. It takes a lot of courage to read your writing to a group of people. The only place I've managed to do it (aside from class, of course) was at a coffeeshop. Bearing your heart to the world is always frightening. But, as usual, your writing is amazing.*hugs*~ Jessy
He's acting out! You BAITCH!
Michelle, thanks for doing this. It was really fun watching you. I would improve only one thing if you decide to do more (and I'm hoping you do) -- make it a bit brighter. It was a bit dark and murky and tough to see what was going on.Brava!
I agree, Miss M. It was great to hear you reading, but next time, we need a little more lighting, maybe just off to the side a little, so that we can see shadows of candlelight dance on your face. We want to see your gorgeous face!
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