Percy Bysshe Shelley's most famous poem, about the ancient Egyptian king of hubris and nothingness.
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Maritime poem by John Masefield, read by actor Stephen Blackehart
John Masefield's ode to the call of the sea, "All I need is a tall ship and a star to steer her by"
Walter de la Mare's eerie poem, read by actor Stephen Blackehart
Some short clips from a few of the films and TV shows I appeared in pre-2005.
One of my favorite poems by Sylvia Plath
Stephen Blackehart is an American actor and producer from Hell's Kitchen, New York. It has been reported that Blackehart was ...
Robert Frost poem, "I took the one less traveled, and that has made all the difference"
Percy Bysshe Shelley poem, Spoken Word reading by actor Stephen Blackehart.
Edgar Allan Poe short poem, Spoken Word.
An ode to youth by the poet Dylan Thomas "Now as I was young and easy under the apple boughs"
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Select clips from the quirky feature comedy "Criminals" (1997) starring Stephen Blackehart, Robert Margolis, and Britta Couris ...
The Lovecraft one where Stephen overworks a cigarette
One of the most popular poems by Dylan Thomas. I find it quite dark. Subscribe to get the latest uploads
Percy Bysshe Shelley poem, Spoken Word.
Robert Frost poem, told from the perspective of a thief in the night.
Robert Frost's dark memory of a tragedy at a rural sawmill.