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Would you like to join a group to share poems you like and find out about what is traditional and what is new in poetry?

Would you like to share your own writing with a sympathetic group, or find out ways to develop your own writing?

Would you like to hear poetry read aloud?

Would you like to begin understanding some of that 'difficult' stuff that modern poetry goes in for?

We can start a group to do all this (or some of it!)

Please email me : suewood54@outlook.com or give me a ring on 01844 292997

The Library is happy to give us a venue either on a weekday afternoon or an evening

'A lovely thing to see:
Through the paper window's hole,
The galaxy.
'

Traditional Japanese Haiku 17th century

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