Day 20 Learning at Home with The Reading Realm: Poetry with Sue Hardy-Dawson

Day 20 Learning at Home with The Reading Realm: Poetry with Sue Hardy-Dawson

Today we explored a poem called ‘Six Kinds of Silence’ by Sue Hardy-Dawson and then wrote our own version – thank you for your excellent ideas! Remember you can email your poems to [email protected]

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  1. That’s absolutely lovely Ian, it’s always fascinating to see someone use a poem you’ve written.

    I aways think white space is in itself a comma, but for grammatical purposes the line walks but doesn’t run.

    If I’m creating a break midline, then I use something more robust.

    Mostly because, someone, a very dear poet friend, said with poetry you can make your own rules as long as you stick to them. It’s a thing I often quote as, as a dyslexic writer, such things are still a challenge for me.

    Sue Hardy-Dawson

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