I can’t ignore her existence.
Tears of bright grey.
Law of motion.
Finally it’s quiet for a second
Dark and incorrect.
But my heart
You find what you seek
I feel weak
I walk on golden streets
Fundraising collaboration between Willow Burn Hospice and writer Rachel Cochrane, inspired by Rachel’s latest drama, Benchmark. All winning entries will also be showcased in written form on rachelcochrane.com. This national competition is open to all adults.
First Prize is a solid Iroko Dalton 3 seater (1500cm) hardwood bench with personalised plaque. To include an engraved plaque (attached) and delivery within the UK.
£5 with 40% of that donated to Willow Burn Hospice.
For entry and further information see website:
Judge: Penelope Shuttle. Winners to be announced on Sunday 22nd March 2015.
1st – £500 2nd – £200 3rd – £100.
£4 for one poem, £3 each for additional poems.
See website for entry and further information: http://www.poetryteignmouth.com/competition.html
Poems of up to 40 lines inspired by an object displayed or theme interpreted at the museum. Judge: Hilda Sheehan. Categories: 16 years old and above, 11-15 years old, Under 11s.
The winner of each category will receive a season ticket to the museum valid for a year. Winning poems will be displayed in the museum and published on the museum website. Highly commended poems will also be displayed in the museum and may be published on the museum website.
For more information and entry see the website: http://coriniummuseum.org/2014/11/06/corinium-poetry-competition/