Note to self: Get It Right.
The Arvon competition, founded in 1980, offered an extra prize this year to mark the 10th anniversary of the poet Ted Hughes's death.
The judges - Andrew Motion, Alice Oswald and Moniza Alvi - chose Shoreditch Orchid for both that and the main prize. So six grand - and congratulations - to Daniels, whose poem takes the form of a meditation from the back of a bus."The orchid has much more to do with the longer-term change that will one day take Shoreditch back to nature," he says.