Monthly Archives: December 2013

There but for Fortune … and a Rucksack

Originally posted on The BeZine:
The Rucksack Project Banner Fortune seems to be the word of the moment for me; it keeps recycling itself and coming back to haunt me! On the one hand I’m not surprised, because I feel…

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To Edit, Perchance to Publish …

Originally posted on The BeZine:
(On use of the English language) ” … To edit perchance to publish: ay, there’s the rub; For in that edit of death what publishings may come When we have shuffled off this mortal coil,…

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“Petrichor Rising” and how the Twitterverse birthed friendships that in turn birthed a poetry collection

Originally posted on THE POET BY DAY:
“I always had this notion that you earned your living and that poetry was a grace.” Seamus Heaney (1939-2013), Irish, poet, playwright, translator, educator and Nobel Prize winner I’m sure my friend, John…

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Twenty-Seven Years

As the West winds blew their fury the earth let out a cry; as if to deny expected truth, it was more than just a sigh. As if one life had greater value than all of this; all of the love … Continue reading

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The Bridge, by Ian McMillan

Originally posted on Christ Church Stocksbridge:
Here is the film we made about the Memorial Project, with Ian reading his poem. Please click the link above and it will take to the film in You Tube. You’ll need to click…

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