Mar 07, 2013 | Breena | Poetry 26
The Rocking-Horse Winner by DH Lawrence
Video Rating: 5 / 5
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I wish you had finish the whole story becasue I am now reading this story for my English Class and it is a bit long and english is my second language.. I love audibooks;) Thanks lot though, it was very helpful listening you read the story. Are you a teacher?
OMG ME TOO. XD thats why im watching it at 10:00 at night and i have an essay on it due tomorrow. XD
haha thanks, I forgot my textbook in class 🙂
Good luck your class!
could you help me understand this poem better? i’m not sure what it is about
what does this poem exactly mean? i am having trouble understanding the meaning of it
Thank you GhostWatching, added to a playlist…
This is one of my most favorite DH Lawrence poems in addition to “Ship of Death”. In regards to this video, does anyone what what the background music is? Thanks!
what is the song you used for this video?
its so sweet and serene
Tremendous reading, really, your voice perfectly suited to the sentiments of this remarkable poem. Fav + 5 invisible *
So breathtaking, so beautiful! You blow me away with the enchanting beauty of your videos, and the poems by D.H. Lawrence. Thank you so much for this lovely gift.
Amor y Paz, Marlene
i always luv your stuff!! so deep and soulful, makes you ponder existence..
Thank you ! You always seem to have items of interest to the soul, just how do you do that ?!
Bloody D H Lawrence – hated us Ilkestonians – only lived a few miles from us but could see our town from his hometown of Eastwood and slagged it off in his poems! A DH Lawrence poem should be read in an East Midlands dialect in my opinion.
Hey Ghost Watching. i always love your stuff. Thank You. I have a book of D.H Lawrence Poetry my favorite is titled Self Pity
I have tears in my eyes.. but for beauty, beauty of words and great images 🙂
Beautiful poem, beautiful pictures!
that was awsome
Oh yes and the Nescafe commercials, well he certainly did this justice. Where did you get these from?
Thankyou. Its read by the actor Anthony Head who some might remember from Buffy and the vampire slayer.