Ever wonder what it would be like to sit in a pub in Scotland or The Yukon and listen to Robbie Burns or Robert Service recite their raucous poems with a glass of wine or a pint of beer in their hands. Well welcome to the next Poet’s Pub Night held on the last Monday of every month (November 25) from 7 to 9 PM at the Cornerstone Taproom on Cliff and Fifth. This is a chance to enjoy the lighter side of poetry. The evening is hosted by Lawrence Cooper, Poet Laureate of the Comox Valley. The evening features some prewritten poems from poets on a given topic and then some on the spot writing and sharing. This month is on the topic is Chasing Away the Winter Blues. Bring your really sad poems and then we will help you chase all the blues away. You do not have to have a prewritten poem or be a melancholy poet to get in the door. Just come and join in and write. Everyone including shy poets, lovers of poetry (or poets), and anyone else who wants to just drop in to a warm place to meet some great people, is welcome.
The ultimate purpose is to reach as many people as possible with the hopes of saving lives with resonance and connection to powerful poetry and personal transformation experience.
- Poetry Presentation – It’s Not the Sound – by neil garvie January 25, 2021
- Poet’s Corner – The Gift of the Empath January 24, 2021
- Poetry with Purpose – Dialogue on CoVid January 23, 2021