Okay, okay…I have just finished this as my last self-produced media project of 2009 and since I have SO many friends here, I wanted to share with all of you 1st…WHOOPEE~ …everyone exclaims in unison! LOL~

Seriously, this might be considered market research for a grander multi-media plan I have swirling in my thick skull…

Please be kind, yet constructive in your ravenous attacks on my attempt at spoken word poetry for the new decade…

Thief in the temple as read by the author, Scott Palmer

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Wow, what a difference from just reading it myself. You must post an audio each time you post the print. You allowed me to hear what you meant. Thank you…don’t stop, you’re our resident poet.


I completely agree, Hope! I think TRP is really on to something good here. A site for poets, with works read by the author, would be terrific!


Bravo! Very nice reading, and I like the Middle Eastern music playing in the background. Mysterious and seductive!


I liked the music too. Reminded me of several things like this.


Next time, select ‘link target other page’ though. Just from one author to another. 😉

Might have been able to embed the MP3 somehow, as well…

I actually don’t have any criticisms. The poetry is the kind that is best experienced read by the author, something I’ve never really been good at in writing. My problem is that it stays on the page, like a book, more about imagery and untranslatable into a fully dimensional contextualized sensory experience.


WOW! Scott, that is so much more powerful when you read it! I loved the poem to begin with, but this is great. Your voice is superb with good, clear diction!

I’m not just trying to be “nice”…I’m telling you what I really think!

Thanks so much for posting! I’m interested in hearing about your multi-media project.

Again, a most Happy New Year! 🙂

Edit: I’m trying to discern your slight accent…where is it from?