Lucy Vickery

Burns Night address

In Competition 2832 you were invited to compose an address to an item of food.

The assignment was inspired by Burns’s ‘Address to a Haggis’, but you were not obliged to write in his style. Albert Black went for a Kipling-Burns mash-up and other competitors drew on Shelley and Shakespeare.

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