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Trees Dropping – A Meta-reading

Although this poem is explicitly about the process of leaf fall from trees, and the recycling of those leaves to feed the cycle, it also implicitly deals with the process of writing and editing of my own poems, in that … Continue reading

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Trees Dropping

Trees dropping Near Rennes, Brittany Trees dropping leaves in cooler weather, (dim echoes of trees budding into spring) add nourishment to their roots beneath. Take the map that unfolds in concertina, look down the avenues, and you will see , … Continue reading

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“Trees dropping”

“Trees dropping” is featured as the Tuesday Poem in Glow Worm, Michelle Elvy’s blog, together with some notes on its origins.

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