Celebrating the magic of poetry - alchemy & magical creatures
'Harry Potter: History of Magic' exhibition Bournemouth Library
Your poems invited for the Poetry Wall to accompany the 'Harry Potter: History of Magic' exhibition until 20th December at Bournemouth Library (then moves to Poole Library)
British Library's major exhibition in London 20th Oct 2017 - 28th Feb 2018.
Currently on the Poetry Wall
November and December - Magic of Poetry
We've had a poem submitted so far by Heather Bowering and Mike Davies
Please email your magical poems to: email@example.com
Previously on the Poetry Wall
New poems on the October theme 'Breaking Free' by Heather Bowering, Tom Murphy, Raymond Pike, Anne Gelder, Susan Northcott, Sophie Griffiths and Janet S Rogers.
August - 'Escape'
Ray Pike, Sophie Griffiths, Mike Davies, Susan Northcott, Heather Joy Bowering and Tom Murphy
July - 'Heroes'
Sophie Griffiths, Anne Gelder, Tom Murphy, Susan Northcott, Jane Skellet, Mike Davies and Teresa Barton
June - Long days or dark nights"
Tom Murphy, Raymond Pike, Karen E Lawman, Rob Bury, Miriam Troth and Sophie Griffiths
May - Seen on the Street/ Street Scene?
Judy Clegg, Raymond Pike, Rob Bury and Tom Murphy
Poetry on the "Showcase!" theme for March and April
Judy Clegg, Sophie Griffiths, James Manlow, Miriam Troth, Rob Bury, Karen Lawson, Shaifali Gupta and Tom Murphy
In February local poets wrote about love and belonging
Celebrating love of books 'Holy Land' poem by Rachel Wilson
Poems of love and belonging by James Manlow, Miriam Troth, Rob Bury and Phillip de Wavrin
January - Beginnings
Beginnings poems by Sophie Griffiths, Ray Wills, Tom Murphy, Brian Boddy, Ruth Bainton, Jason du Toit and Anne Cooke
December - Happiness
Happiness poems by Karen E Lawman, James Manlow, Ray Wills, R J A Pike, Tom Murphy, Rob Bury and Jill Barr
November - Noir poems of drama, thrills & tragedy
Noir Poetry for November by Tom Murphy, Jane Skellett and Rob Bury
October - Visions & Voyages
Vision & Voyages poems by Judy Clegg, Jane Skellett, Ray Wills, Patricia Taylor, Karen E Lawman and Tom Murphy