Nov. 18, 2021

Classical Poetry with Chad - Day Eighteen

Classical Poetry with Chad - Day Eighteen

It's National Podcast Post Month! Chad takes us back to 1991 for 30 days of Classical Poetry.


It's National Podcast Post Month!  Chad takes us back to 1991 for 30 days of Classical Poetry. 

Today’s Selection:“Alive” - Pearl Jam 

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:04.000 --> 00:00:09.029 Poetry for the entirety of the month of November. We invite you to enjoy 2 00:00:09.150 --> 00:00:13.750 this collection, curated and performed by the Great Ball D N. For the 3 00:00:13.830 --> 00:00:17.710 next thirty days, you will receive a master class in prose dating back to 4 00:00:17.829 --> 00:00:22.140 the late nineteen hundreds, one thousand nine hundred and ninety one to be exact. 5 00:00:23.420 --> 00:00:27.980 Welcome, one and all to this special presentation of down to folk featuring 6 00:00:28.019 --> 00:00:33.060 the borderline as Mr towns of Chad reciting thirty year old poetry for thirty days 7 00:00:33.179 --> 00:00:46.570 straight. Son, she said, have I got a little story for you. 8 00:00:49.130 --> 00:00:57.039 What you thought was your daddy was nothing, but a while you were 9 00:00:57.119 --> 00:01:04.349 sitting home alone at age thirteen, your real daddy was dying. Sorry you 10 00:01:06.150 --> 00:01:15.510 didn't see him, but I'm glad we talked. While she walks slowly across 11 00:01:15.629 --> 00:01:25.540 the young man's room, she said, I'm ready for you. Why can't 12 00:01:25.620 --> 00:01:37.810 I remember anything to this very day except the look, the look, and 13 00:01:38.849 --> 00:01:48.120 you know where. Now I can't see. I just stare. Something wrong, 14 00:01:48.400 --> 00:01:56.599 she said. Of course there is. You're still alive. She said. 15 00:01:59.560 --> 00:02:05.670 Oh, and do I deserve to be? Is that a question? 16 00:02:06.950 --> 00:02:15.539 And if so, if so, who answers? Who Answers? Oh, 17 00:02:15.819 --> 00:02:23.979 I'm still alive. Hey, I. Who, I'm still alive. Yeah, 18 00:02:24.539 --> 00:02:35.370 I who. I'm still alive. Yeah, I, I'm still alive. 19 00:02:37.250 --> 00:02:37.969 Yeah, yeah,