Prosaic treatment

September 29, 2011

A competition to encourage medical students to write poetry is no doubt admirable ("Evoke Calliope to ease the brutalising disease", 22 September). Unfortunately, none of the winning entries is a poem: each is simply a chunk of prose arbitrarily chopped into lines of unequal length.

John Radford, Emeritus professor of psychology, University of East London

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