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What does POG stand for?
POG stands for Poetry Group (Tucson, AZ)
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The event included performances by Salford-based band Soulford, a poetry group and a guitar soloist.
It was a superb mushaira," said Adil Mustafa of the Dhahran Poetry Group.
Manama: Bahrain and international poetry will come under the spotlight this week when the Second Circle poetry group hosts an evening of local and international presentations.
This event will feature performances in Arabic as well as English from the Second Circle Poetry Group, showcasing both local and international presentations on poetry.
Sessions took on a range of formats, including talks, discussions, poetry groups and even a quiz.
The first phase will focus on increasing the visibility of existing poetry groups, organisations and opportunities available to young people wishing to develop their interest and creative talents in poetry--as readers, writers and as audiences.
At 62, the Hopkinton resident said she has witnessed family reconciliations, experienced the growth of her writing and her "Every Other Thursday" poetry group, continues to enjoy her work, and has seen how precious life is with the passing of two longtime friends.