This was a feva gem: about 15 people gathered in the lovely sunlit top gallery of Art in the Mill and shared a glass of wine and poems they had written or chosen, mainly on the theme of ‘place’.
The poems took us variously on a tour of Knaresborough, on a train journey imagining a world without humans, into the womb, back to childhood, through Glasgow, on a spiritual walk by the sea, and imagined our attitude to our planet Earth as if it was just two feet wide – and more. It was excellent and a very enjoyable opportunity to meet and discuss with others who like to write and /or read poetry.
Thanks to Martin Harrison for organising the evening and to Art in the Mill for hosting. Yes, we do want more poetry please!