Category Archives: Incidental Field Notes in a Journal

Horse in Winter

Horse in Winter Uffington, 1964 chalk supple stretch in mid-stride holds my stare to the downs sharp silhouetted clean profiled the eye a stop to my eye yesterday snow fall from nowhere covers the grass i look to the scarp … Continue reading

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Hare in a Glacial Sequence

Hare in a Glacial Sequence Below the lake behind the blocking terminal moraine in a strewn field of erratic boulders unknowingly observed Hare dances to aeolian music. I listen to the song as Hare jives among green drumlins. © Martin … Continue reading

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Discussion on “Hare in a Glacial Sequence”

“Hare in a Glacial Sequence” is one of a grouping of five poems, “Incidental Field Notes in a Journal”, that deals with the process of mapping, anchoring and exploring an event in its topography. The basic image is one of … Continue reading

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Pike – a short fragment

A fragment is a piece of writing that is normally part of a longer piece. Pike is a fragment, an incomplete piece of writing which I will incorporate into a sequence – I already have a place for it in … Continue reading

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