to add to my long-ago 7/10 of the 10 Lines Meme:
Urge and urge and urge,/Always the procreant urge of the world. (Whitman)
Bare ruined choirs, where late the sweet birds sang. (Shakespeare)
The first gaming system was the domesticated flame. (Lerner)
I wish there were (more?) poetry audiobooks. Not recordings of poetry readings. Not audio anthologies of 50 poets' 2 greatest hits, or 2 poets' 50 greatest hits. Books, in full, read aloud by readers who read aloud well. Harmonium. 77 Dream Songs. I've got The Complete Shakespeare Sonnets in audio, read by Ossie Davis, Kathleen Turner, Ruby Dee, etc., but that's it.