Category Archives: 1:25000

And a poem on the side please

I am honoured to be featured in the Tuesday Talent spot on the “And a poem on the side please” blog. Poems included are: “In the Workshop of Joseph” “Advice to a Squonk” “1:25000” all of which are presented on … Continue reading

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The Tree at Michaelmas

The Tree at Michaelmas The tree at Michaelmas was always bare, Its pale branches stretched across the sky. In contrast to the grey clouds there Were ruddy veil like twigs held high. The veins of sap were still alive Hid … Continue reading

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unwritten language / unnamed places

>Language>Place Blog Carnival edition #7: unwritten language / unnamed places features the blog entry Place, Maps, Language as one of the exhibits. Please visit the carnival and browse the exhibits – they are worth every minute you spend there. practice … Continue reading

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Place, Maps, Language

A map is its own language. Unspoken, it still manages to describe place, location and even scenery, often with an astonishing simplicity, but sometimes with a subtlety that can be quite breathtaking. A bright red line that illustrates a tarmac … Continue reading

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