Poems and animals in the museum


On 22 March, there was poetry in the natural history museum. The poems had something to do with animals; the theme of the Book Week.

Yours truly read poems on a ladybird; a dorcas gazelle; and a carp. And on two moorhens, read from a bridge between two museum buildings over a canal where moorhens swam.

Paul Groenendaal had poems on house sparrows and other animals.

Pink Meltzer about a mayfly (see also here).

Egon Snelders on gulls.

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