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Poetry in motion

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Melliodora’s resident poet, Venie Holmgren will be one of the poets taking part in the “Winter morning poetry” reading session this Sunday, as part of the month long Daylesford Words in Winter festival.

The soon to be ninety-one year old will take you to the emotional landscape she paints with her mesmerising delivery. She may present some of the verses from her latest poetry book, the Tea House Poems, collection of poems composed during her stay at the tea house since relocating to Melliodora in early 2012.

Stroll down to  Breakfast & Beer this Sunday morning and immerse yourself in Venie’s evocative world of words.

What: Winter morning poetry (Words in Winter)
When: 10.30am to 12 noon, Sunday 4 August.
Where: Breakfast & Beer Café, 117 Vincent St., Daylesford
Cost: free

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