Category Archives: youtube

Meet Me on the Equinox by Death Cab for Cutie

In “Meet Me on the Equinox”, Death Cab for Cutie sing “everything, everything ends”. This is a beautiful track. I relate to the song as a lot of my own poetry touches on the brevity of life.

Former Poet Laureate Andrew Motion Discusses the Poetry of Philip Larkin

A couple of days ago, I watched this video on Philip Larkin which I highly recommend.

In the video Andrew Motion, the UK’s former Poet Laureate (who was a close friend and biographer of Larkin) discusses the poet’s life and work.

I am a fan of Larkin’s poetry, particularly his poems Aubade

and Ambulances

Poet Kevin Morris Reading His Poem Blackbird on Youtube

Yesterday, I recorded my poem Blackbird on youtube,

The poem came to me as I sat in my mum’s kitchen/dining area in Liverpool. The big clock on the wall ticked away the seconds whilst, in the garden I could hear the song of a blackbird.

Poet Kevin Morris Reading His Poem Leaving On Youtube

Earlier today, I recorded my poem Leaving on Youtube. To watch and listen to me reading Leaving please see below:

Poet Kevin Morris reading some of his humorous verse

Me reading a couple of my humorous poems:

Kevin Morris reading his poems

Please see recent uploads to my Youtube Channel!

Wind

Wind

Wind Blown Flowers

Wind Blown Flowers

Blackbird

Blackbird

In Her Hair

In Her Hair

Circular

Circular

Sweet Cut Grass

Sweet Cut Grass

Leaving

Leaving

My Poem I Would Rather Be A Tree Has Been Included In Dodo Modern Vidpoets

I am pleased to announce that my poem I would Rather Be a Tree has been included in May’s Dodo Modern Vidpoets. To listen to me reading I Would Rather Be a Tree, and the poems of the other contributors, please follow this link, https://dodovidpoets.blogspot.com/2021/05/virtual-dodo-6-may-2021.html.

One of My Poems from the Poetry Treasures Anthology

Lonely Train is one of my poems included in Poetry Treasures anthology. Below is a video of me reading Lonely Train, followed by links to the Poetry Treasures anthology.

Book Links:
Universal book links https://books2read.com/u/3n7BDR
Amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0933KSJR9

K Morris Poet reading his poem ‘A Poet Who Sat Drinking His Wine’

Kevin Morris reading his poems ‘Barely a Bird I Heard’ and ‘I Would Rather Be a Tree’ on Youtube

A reading of my poems on Youtube.