Spoken word new to you???? This Cd has guitar that circles you as my words then slip inside to say hello. Sit back...relax... enjoy the transportation of your soul, as you fall into my words, my voice of soothing stillness that surrounds then wraps you into that place of forevers touch, mixed with a bit of arousal.......c'mon into my world.
I bought a copy right after I heard the "Good mornin baby"
What wonderful poetry, what wonderful voice!
What beautiful art!!
Honestly, the samples left me breathless.
I listened to all the samples and can't wait to get my CD
K. Lexington KY
I've been enjoying your poems immensely... I have listened to the first 20. I don't have it with me, so I can't remember the titles of a few that I'd like to comment on, but when I get the cover in hand I'll write again. Overall, I think you have a real knack for tapping into bodily, primal sensuality-- for a lover, and for nature... you nail the connection between the feminine person and mother nature... as if the air, water, soul, and vagina are all intricately laced--- and I'm not sure I'd argue with you after hearing your poems:) I must say that I find myself moved, somewhat turned on (wanting to be in the middle of you and your lover, but that may be partly because I am excluded...) and finding my senses heightened. So that's good poetry, right?
English teacher in KY...
Mitch has written poetry for over 10 years, and has compiled a series of children's stories, sold poetry books on the internet, and is published in the romance novels of Madeline Baker and Amanda Ashley.
Mitch studied, practiced, and taught the art of Shaolin Kung Fu for over 28 years, including working with elementary school students on self defense techniques.
Mitch also has worked in the medical field, first as an EMT and currently works in the ER of a level one trauma hospital. Dealing with difficult patients as well as very ill patients, from the violent to the freshly dead. Every level of life is experienced at that ER.
Mitch is a member of the "Cherokee Roundtable" a very distinguished and old writers group that meets regularly in Louisville Kentucky, to share writings of many different genres.
Spoken word is not new to Mitch, WHISPERS is the second CD created and performed. LEAN THIS WAY was released in 2005. The response to this CD stirred so much interest that Mitch created "WHISPERS" which includes more music and poetry of differing aspects of life, love and sensuality.
Writing is of the soul, and hearing this poet speak these words will cause one to fly into a different place. One truly falls into every word; feeling the sensuality, the pain of lost love, and the abuses of life or time .
A few testimonials about the new release "Whispers":
Wow!!!!!! Very awesome!! I was enamored with Rod McKuen as a teen. Your voice and words send chills much as Rod did for me back then!
- Cat, Augusta Georgia
From the first word the deep vibration begins gentle , caressing - softly finding the open of soul filling self and spirit with longing to the answer of the aching bliss.
- Deb, Washington State
WOW, a very sexy, tantalizing voice you have I've been single for so long, to just hear a sexy voice saying these words are so comforting.
Your words say what every women dreams of hearing and sadly, rarely ever hears.
Just playing your words, make my heart race they really do... I don't think that you have any idea what this product will do for thousands of women who hear your words it's as though, those words validate our lives and remind us that someone out there exists in this world who feels like we do, and to not give up and to not just "settle" for less than what we want it's beyond sexual, and it's beyond sensual, it speaks to that private place that we hold inside ourselves and rarely share with another
I would be honored to attend one of your readings, I would sit in the front row and cry with tears of gladness to have my inner soul shared with the world that way...promise me and yourself that you will never give this dream up
The world needs to hear and every woman needs to hear those powerful words spoken to reaffirm to her that it's "okay to say them"
- Marley in TN