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.