Original air date: February 14, 2012
How do you write for love?
Undoubtedly, 21st century poet William Owens, author of Love Poems to God never met 14th century poet Geoffrey Chaucer, author of The Parliament of Fowls. Whose loss it is would make for a beautiful, lovable debate. While most may not recognize Chaucer’s almost 700 word poem, they will recognize the holiday which his words have inspired love birds all around the world – Valentine’s Day.
On this day set aside for love and love birds, poet and author William Owens shares his written affections for all of the earthly embodiments of Eve, beginning with the loves of his life in the second grade. And although he declares his love for God of the heavens, after seeing this show, you’ll agree that love – and Valentine’s Day – is for heaven and earth.
How do you write for love? Watch this show and find out on Heard. It’s TV that matters. 24/7.