Pandemic Reading List 2021 – National Poetry Day 2016 Messages and National Poetry Day 2015 Light

National Poetry Day 2015 Messages – Rated 3/5

Book Description From Goodreads:

“A free poetry book to celebrate National Poetry Day 2016 with poems on the theme of messages from Matt Goodfellow, Rachel McCrum, Deborah Alma, Brian Moses, Liz Brownlee, Michaela Morgan, Jan Dean, Paul Cookson, Roger Stevens, Joseph Coelho, Joshua Seigal, Rachel Rooney, Sophie Herxheimer and Sally Crabtree.

National Poetry Day is the annual mass celebration of poetry and all things poetical, a special day on which all are invited to discover and share the enjoyment of poems. 
We hope that the poems in this book – all inspired by this year’s National Poetry Day theme of messages – will kindle an enthusiasm for poetry that continues to grow long after the day itself, Thursday 6 October 2016, has passed.”

National Poetry Day 2016 Light – Rated 3/5

Book Description From Goodreads:

“A free poetry book to celebrate National Poetry Day 2015 with poems on the them of light from Deborah Alma, Brian Moses, Chrissie Gittins, Liz Brownlee, Michaela Morgan, Jan Dean, Paul Cookson, Roger Stevens, Joseph Cohelo, Indigo Williams and Sally Crabtree.

National Poetry Day is a mass celebration, a special day on which all are invited to discover and share the enjoyment of poems. It’s a chance to let language off the leash and to relish the sounds that words can make when they are spoken with delight. 
We hope that the poems in this book – all inspired by this year’s National Poetry Day theme of light – will kindle an enthusiasm for poetry that continues to grow long after the day itself,Thursday 8 October 2015, has passed.”

To celebrate National Poetry Day I decided to read some poetry. I don’t often read poetry, but I thought that I would give it a go. I enjoyed reading the poems. These books were well set out with a section about the poet themselves, a poem that they had written, the poet’s inspiration and a poem of their choice. I read the books in one sitting, but you could easily spend more time on them.

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