At the end of the first term of the SPL’s revised Poetry Ambassadors programme, we invited Aoife Lyall, Ceitidh Campbell, Hugh McMillan and Thomas Clark to each produce a new work on the theme of a dream or on dreaming. The submissions are accompanied by short film recordings of the poets reading their work.
Poems on Dreaming
Read Aoife Lyall's poem
SundaysThey’re all there— the slippers, the walking boots, the modest brogues, two pairs of well-worn runners, the black soft-soled slip-ons
Read Ceitidh Campbell's poem
Thig Aislingean gu BuilTha thu nad shaor-thuiteam tron sgàthan gu roisgeulan na h-oigridh, a’ sìreadh do thoileachadas gu deò.
Read Hugh McMillan's poem
DreamMidnight and phone dead, the Innocent Tunnel is a wormhole, the walls slick and vivid.
Read Thomas Clark's poem