Nov. 10, 2021

Classical Poetry with Chad - Day Ten

Classical Poetry with Chad - Day Ten

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:“The God That Failed” - Metallica 

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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 --> 00:00:14.029 this collection, curated and performed by the Great Ball Dne. For the next 3 00:00:14.150 --> 00:00:17.910 thirty days, you will receive a master class in prose dating back to the 4 00:00:17.949 --> 00:00:23.820 late nineteen hundreds, one thousand, nineteen ninety one to be exact. Welcome, 5 00:00:23.940 --> 00:00:28.699 one and all to this special presentation of down to folk featuring the borderline 6 00:00:28.739 --> 00:00:33.460 as Mr Tones of Chad, reciting thirty year old poetry for thirty days straight. 7 00:00:50.359 --> 00:00:56.439 You just stood there screaming, fearing no one was listening to you. 8 00:00:57.640 --> 00:01:02.640 They said to empty can rattles the most. The sound of your voice must 9 00:01:02.799 --> 00:01:10.469 soothe you. Hearing only what you want to hear and knowing only what you've 10 00:01:10.549 --> 00:01:18.430 heard, you you're smothered in tragedy and you're out to save the world. 11 00:01:19.780 --> 00:01:26.180 You still stood there screaming, no one caring about these words you tell my 12 00:01:26.379 --> 00:01:34.769 friend before your voice is gone. One man's fun is another's hail. These 13 00:01:34.890 --> 00:01:42.370 times are set to tell men's souls, but something's wrong with all you see. 14 00:01:44.890 --> 00:01:55.040 You you'll take it all on yourself. Remember Misery Love's company misery. 15 00:01:56.359 --> 00:02:01.909 You insist that the weight of the world should beyond your shoulders, misery. 16 00:02:04.870 --> 00:02:12.150 There's much more to life than what you see. You just stood there screaming, 17 00:02:13.310 --> 00:02:15.780 my friend of misery,