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Poetry in motion

Poetry in motion

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

Fallen oak

Fallen oak The crack was deafening, dreadYet familiar to the boneProne by the time I got thereDressing gown storm soakedFeet wet and sobbing like a

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Fate #3: Hope

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio Hope spoils your tastes for the way it is. It spoils you from the work that’s just what it does.” Hope

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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 #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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