January 26, 2012

John O'Donohue's Poems Recited by the Poet Himself

Since many of O'Donohue's recitations didn't make it into the final, produced program, we wanted to offer them for download — or, if you prefer a more expedient and organized approach, through our podcast.

All of them are mp3s you can download. Just right-click your mouse and select save as:

» A Blessing for a Friend on the Arrival of Illness
» A Blessing for One Who Holds Power
» Beannacht
» For the Pilgrim a Kiss: The Caha River
» For the Pilgrim a Kiss: Between Things
» For the Pilgrim a Kiss: Body Language
» Since You Came
» The Nativity

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O'Donohue was a poet and philosopher who wrote several books, including Anam Ċara and Conamara Blues. He died on January 4, 2008.