Poetry in motion

A selection of poems that move us, that reveal the stories.

Changing Shores

These narrative poems by Sarah Hymas will accompany you on your journey along Crosby Beach. They capture changes in coastal processes, land use, shoreline management

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Fate #3: Hope

Hope spoils your tastes for the way it is. It spoils you from the work that’s just what it does.” Hope I’m sitting talking with

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Fate #2: Now

Now Kids figure that something has been stolen from them…what they could have been,what they could have had,what they could have done.The whole world that

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When the Earth is Cut

By Elizabeth Harrop for Live Encounters magazine, August 2014 issue Image robin thakur Indigenous peoples were one with the landBut the earth on which their

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The air smells of nature And I breathe in freshness, grace, and godliness The breezes kiss me And I know you are near Where did

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Stand still. The trees ahead and bushes beside youare not lost. Wherever you are is called Here,And you must treat it as a powerful stranger,Must

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