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Paul Point

Email: chocpoetryclub@gmail.com
Web: www.ChocolatePoetry.com
Twitter: @PointPaul
Updated: Mon, 13 Feb 2017 04:01 pm

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Biography

Paul was born in 'Poets Corner', Croydon and on his 30th birthday was invited to perform poetry at The Royal Albert Hall. He is a writer, poet, compere, workshop facilitator and the Artistic Director of The Chocolate Poetry Club with writing published by Amaryllis, Angry Manifesto, Curly Mind, Forward Poetry, The Gull, I am not a silent poet, Nutshells & Nuggets and others. He is the host of Freak Speak in Peterborough and comperes for shows spanning the South of England, has supported workshops led by Rachel Long and Maria Ferguson and shared a stage with the likes of Joelle Taylor, Ross Sutherland and Vanessa Kisuule. Insightful yet fierce, passionate yet measured with intimate and accessible stories; shortlisted in Poetry Rivals 2015 Top 30 UK writers. "Like watching a bonfire of words." Mark Grist. [JULY 2016]

Samples

NEW: Moving Through Walls / A spoken word cinematic short : NEW: 'The Olive Harvest' performed at The Royal Albert Hall - - - - - - - - - - Gingerbread Weekend _ That Listen Did you hear that? That sound Did you hear it pass through? A sound filled with popcorn smiles water bomb laughter beanbag acrobatics gingerbread weekends melted marshmallow evenings. Now the next decade of our youth has laid its stairway out before us and we smile, laugh, somersault half way from the nest we knew, in search of sounds we can call home once more. (Published in Curly Mind Magazine)

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Ian Whiteley

Tue 28th Jun 2016 15:36

thanks for your kind comments on my profile page Paul - glad you liked the poem - Ian

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Tommy Carroll

Mon 6th Jun 2016 21:33

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Katy Megan Hughes

Wed 18th Nov 2015 18:25

Thank you Paul!

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