East Sacramento summer of love

Published on August 4th, 2015 | by twwwine

Sensuous words of Persian master poet Rumi Wednesday at McKinley Library

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Calling all incurable romantics: Do you love to read love poems—or write them yourself?

On the first and third Wednesdays of June, July, and August instructor Frank Dixon Graham will lead classes on some of the famed poets of longing and heartbreak. Participants will read the greatest love poetry of all time, and write their own.

These classes are the third in a series taught by Graham, a published poet and editor of the Sacramento Poetry Center’s Tule Review. He’ll offer a brief lecture at the beginning of each class. Students can write their own love poems in the styles discussed. Positive feedback is encouraged.

Come to one session or attend all six. Classes are FREE and sponsored by the McKinley Library. For more information, contact: Frank.Graham@Goddard.edu.

Schedule
All sessions are from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the McKinley Library, 601 Alhambra Boulevard.

June 3: Pablo Neruda: Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair

June 17: Modern Love Poetry: Lorde, Dove, Giovanni

July 1:  William Shakespeare’s Love Sonnets

July 15: Isle of Lesbos: Sappho

August 5: Rumi: Sensuous Words of the Persian Master Poet

August 19: English Romantics: Browning, Blake, Keats, Robinson

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