June 25, 2010

On Titles, Sequences and Collections

magnetic-poetry.jpgProfessor David Morley presents the ninth Poetry Challenge in which we explore titles, sequences and collections.

"The title is a door for the reader to open, or a little window through which they peer at the interior, an intrigue making them question whether they should enter or take part."

In this episode Prof Morley gives you a very Twitterish Poetry Challenge - make up a one-word poem and then give it a title.

Don't be shy about sharing your responses to this poetry challenge here on the blog where others will be able to appreciate them.



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  1. Alex

    Title: Sisyphus realised that this wasn’t going to be a five minute job and made a plea
    Poem: Tea?

    25 Jun 2010, 11:25

  2. irene

    Title: In that long embrace, she felt that each beating moment should die with its own memory
    Poem: Pact

    25 Jun 2010, 12:19

  3. Sam

    Title: Is this silence?
    Poem: No

    25 Jun 2010, 12:54

  4. Emily Little

    Title: Violence
    Poem: BANG!

    25 Jun 2010, 13:40

  5. Josť

    Title: This feeling will have consequences in my life
    Poem: Love

    25 Jun 2010, 13:41

  6. Archie

    Title: Yaya and Kolo
    Poem: Brothers

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    25 Jun 2010, 15:36

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    Gavin

    Alexander

    26 Jun 2010, 13:07

  8. Mahmut

    Title: Lost in 21st century

    Poem: Respect

    26 Jun 2010, 18:46

  9. David Morley

    Title: You’ve all come on to the pitch and played for the glory of our best game, poetry.
    Poem: England.

    28 Jun 2010, 23:01

  10. Robert O'Toole

    Title: The genus for all things fiercely Felidae
    Poem: Panthera

    29 Jun 2010, 12:48


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