Review: ‘Lost 4 Words’ Poetry Event

Published On 4 December, 2012 | By Amariah Watson | Arts & Culture, events, Poetry, Reviews
Culture feature writer Amariah reviews ‘Lost 4 Words’ poetry night, that took place over the weekend.

On Sunday 2nd December, a night of poetry and spoken word for poets and those who appreciate and support the poetry culture, took place at The Lane Bar in East London which presents ‘Lost 4 Words’. Hosted by Letitia Hector (the leading actress for the online sitcom Venus vs. Mars; by Babi Isako), the night explored serious topics about sex, identity, being the other woman, culture, death and depression.

There were performances from poets such as Da Poet, Sh’maya, Errol, Tolu and other upcoming poets, also an exclusive performance from Zena Edwards! The atmosphere was full! Filled with pure inspiration of fluent words and positive energy of realism. Poetry and spoken is a whole different, yet creative culture of a world full of worlds and how ones eyes see things in interpretation of how it affects them. The performers really expressed the realms of expression.

What stood out to me on the evening was the amount of friends and entertainers who came out to support the poets, the positive atmosphere and the ceramic words the poets used.

It was yet another phenomenal and successful night.


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Amariah Watson, 18 years young. I am a poet, proud aunt, motivational adviser. I seek for positive change for myself and others in development & persona. I enjoy nature, people and many other activities.

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