A Rhyme A Dozen ― The Wind - 12 Poets, 12 Poems, 1 Topic (Audiobook)
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Read by Ghizela Rowe & Richard Mitchley (Unabridged: 17mins)

Featuring poems by Robert Louis Stevenson, William Shakespeare, Emily Dickinson, Percy Bysshe Shelley & others.

‘A dime a dozen’ as known in America, is perhaps equal to the English ‘cheap as chips’ but whatever the lingua franca of your choice in this series we hereby submit ‘A Rhyme a Dozen’ as 12 poems on many given subjects that are a well-rounded gathering, maybe even an essential guide, from the knowing pens of classic poets and their beautifully spoken verse to the comfort of your ears.

In this compilation - 

1 - A Rhyme a Dozen - 12 Poets, 12 Poems, 1 Topic.  Wind - An Introduction

2 - Blow Blow Thou Winter Wind by William Shakespeare

3 - Ode to the West Wind by Percy Bysshe Shelley

4 - Who Has Seen the Wind by Christina Rossetti

5 - Summer Wind by William Cullen Bryant

6 - North Wind in October by Robert Seymour Bridges

7 - Some Too Fragile for Winter Winds by Emily Dickinson

8 - The Wind That Shakes the Barley by Katharine Tynan

9 - Windy Nights by Robert Louis Stevenson

10 - Wind Over the Sea by Geoffrey Bache Smith

11 - The Winds of Fate by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

12 - The Wind's Lament by John Morris-Jones

13 - Subway Wind by Claude McKay