Arts students mark National Poetry Day with recordings of poems

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Pictured are Arts students in WIT's recording studio

Pictured are Arts students in WIT's recording studio

To celebrate National Poetry Day 2017, students studying English and Creative Writing on WIT's Bachelor of Arts (Honours) recorded readings of poems

Five of the Year 1 English major students on the Bachelor of Arts (Hons) with Lecturer in English and Creative Writing Margaret O’Brien, join in the celebrations on #PoetryDayIRL by reading and recording a favourite poem.

Listen below to: ‘Alone’ by Edgar Allan Poe – read by student Caleb O’Connor; ‘Japan’ by Billy Collins – read by student Alessia Zuccarelli; ‘Sonnet 18’ by William Shakespeare – read by student Jessica Sinnott; ‘The Second Coming’ by W.B. Yeats – read by Shane Dunphy; ‘Spectrum’ by Zoe O’Sullivan – read by student Zoe O’Sullivan; ‘Kilmacleague’ by Mark Roper – read by lecturer Margaret O’Brien.

 

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