National Poetry Month Podcasts

Boy reading  Enjoy poetry during National Poetry Month in April by sharing these poems with audio readings of some classic poems. You can click on the links below to hear the poems or use our printable version of the selections. Browse additional resources on poetry and poets.

National Poetry Month Podcasts Afternoon on a Hill
by Edna St. Vincent Millay

National Poetry Month Podcasts April -- North Carolina
by Harriet Monroe

National Poetry Month Podcasts The Author to Her Book
by Anne Bradstreet

National Poetry Month Podcasts The Automobile
by Percy MacKaye

National Poetry Month Podcasts The Bait
by John Donne

National Poetry Month Podcasts A Ballad of the Mulberry Road
by Ezra Pound

National Poetry Month Podcasts Berkshires in April
by Clement Wood

National Poetry Month Podcasts Casey at the Bat
by Ernest L. Thayer

National Poetry Month Podcasts Cousin Nancy
by T.S. Eliot

National Poetry Month Podcasts Evening Song of Senlin
by Conrad Aiken

National Poetry Month Podcasts Fable
by Ralph Waldo Emerson

National Poetry Month Podcasts The Great Hunt
by Carl Sandburg

National Poetry Month Podcasts I Know Not Why
by Morris Rosenfeld

National Poetry Month Podcasts Leaves of Grass: Song of Myself, Part 1
by Walt Whitman

National Poetry Month Podcasts The Matrix
by Amy Lowell

National Poetry Month Podcasts Mirage
by Christina Rossetti

National Poetry Month Podcasts Music
by Ralph Waldo Emerson

National Poetry Month Podcasts My Own Beloved Has Lifted Me
by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

National Poetry Month Podcasts New Dreams for Old
by Cale Young Rice

National Poetry Month Podcasts On the Grasshopper and Cricket
by John Keats

National Poetry Month Podcasts The Path That Leads to Nowhere
by Corinne Roosevelt Robinson

National Poetry Month Podcasts Petals
by Amy Lowell

National Poetry Month Podcasts The Road Not Taken
by Robert Frost

National Poetry Month Podcasts Second Coming
by William Butler Yeats

National Poetry Month Podcasts Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day?
by William Shakespeare

National Poetry Month Podcasts The Snow Storm
by Ralph Waldo Emerson

National Poetry Month Podcasts Spring Night
by Sara Teasdale

National Poetry Month Podcasts Summer's Armies
by Emily Dickinson

National Poetry Month Podcasts To the Thawing Wind
by Robert Frost

National Poetry Month Podcasts Trees
by Joyce Kilmer

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