They took place at the downtown branch of the Chattanooga Public Library and later at Star Line Books.
Genuine poetry can communicate before it is understood.
T. S. Eliot
This is a public reading of favorite poems. You are invited to read your favorite poem or to just come and listen.
The poem may not be one of your own.
The time limit is five minutes.
We have space for more readers, but here are a few who have already signed up:
Finn Bille to read “Sunday Morning,” a poem by Wallace Stevens
Ray Zimmerman to read “Ozymandias,” a poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley
K.B. Ballentine to read “Let Evening Come,” a poem by Jane Kenyon
Sherry Poff to read a Sonnet of Shakespeare
Ellen Robinson to read “The Journey” by Mary Oliver
Ginnie Sams to read T.S. Elliott
John Mannone to read
Join us for a literary evening. Contact Ray Zimmerman - raycwg at yahoo.com if you want to read. Tell me your name and the title and author of the work you will read.