Want to be the next David Harsent? A guide on how to write a poem

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    Abstract

    This year the UK’s biggest poetry award, the TS Eliot prize, has gone to David Harsent for his 11th collection, Fire Songs. He joins a sequence of prestigious poets such as Ted Hughes, Derek Walcott and Carol Ann Duffy. You may not feel you have much on the crème de la crème of the poetry world, but writing a poem is less daunting than it may appear. Here’s why you should try writing a poem – and how.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalThe Conversation
    Publication statusPublished - 13 Jan 2015

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