Mokita(R) Poetry Class
October 15 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Mondays, September 17 – October 15. 6:30pm – 7:30pm. Webster’s Bookstore and Café.
For Poets: Expert and Aspiring
Poetry is a powerful medium for finding and sharing truths. In this five part series we will look at the ‘elephants’ that exist within ourselves and within the community and have the option to share in a safe class environment and/or in public reading of original work on the final day. Throughout our time, we’ll explore several types of poetry and poets past and contemporary as we delve deeper into our familiar favorites and gently challenge each other to try something new. We will learn. We will grow. And above all, we will strive to have a lot of fun.
Classes taught by Kathy Morrow. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
The word mokita comes from the Kilivila language, spoken near Papua New Guinnea and means a known truth that is left unspoken.