Poetry Workshop

In Dunbar’s Close

Ken Cockburn gave some examples of poetry in different forms before we spent the morning musing in Dunbar’s Close, off the Royal Mile – very pleasant and a bit addictive as we didn’t want to stop writing! This Haiku suited the day:

Spring
a hill without a name
veiled in morning mist
– Basho

Read the poems we created in the LET LOOSE POEMS BOOKLET

Read more about Ken and some of his work on the Scottish Poetry Library website.

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