The Antiquary worries: that today’s Science has lost the place of T I M E in our lives. [a poem for now, then, and all that may become]
A few poems by Hole Ousia or favourites of those poets far more special.
St Fort, Newport, Fife. Demolished 1957. This film is for mothers and daughters: for you hold mankind together. All images from RCHAMS. Opening voice: Ian McEwan (Radio Scotland, April 2019) … Continue reading Who would reclaim the mind from ill
words from Hame graphic and poem by Peter. Magpie If only I could soar like an eagle to see the world as I cannot. I am a magpie in … Continue reading Pica, pica, pica
Cherry trees flowering in the play-park beside our house. From the garden I heard a grandfather who was playing hide-and-seek with his grandchild: “coming, ready or not!”