A Rendezvous With Death

Okay, friends, ready for a morbid springtime appointment? Alan Seeger was a young American poet who fought with the French Foreign Legion in France from the beginning of the First World War. He was somewhat obsessed with the idea of his impending death–as you’ll see in this masterful poem. He was shot on July 4, 1916, enthusiastically leading his fellow-soldiers in a successful charge on the enemy. He was only 28 years old.

“I Have A Rendezvous With Death” is another long-time favorite of mine, and I’m so happy (in a sober, morbid sort of way) to share it with you. 🙂 Since I’m not a professional video maker or anything, please imagine that wonderful Wyoming wind is part of the dramatic effect.

Check out my other poems, and let me know in the comments if you have any suggestions of more poems for me to recite. I have lots of ideas and am thoroughly enjoying sharing these with you!

Hope you have a great week, no dangerous rendezvous involved!

Still alive and loving life,

Hannah K

4 responses to “A Rendezvous With Death”

  1. This is awesome! I love the costume. xD

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you! It’s one of my favorite eras! 😀


  2. Hey, it worked great! Keep it up:)

    Liked by 1 person

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