Monthly Archives: March 2014
Glimmer of light as a smile from our nearest star.
Feel good factor, as night & day turn into twins in perfect halves…
Yet in the calendar of our homeworld, not quite the beginning of spring, but half-way through to longer days 🙂
Here, to celebrate our passage through this Vernal Equinox,
words I hope will make you smile.
Spring sky has ways to
out with a
light hint of blue
yarn fae late gale,
earth great prompter fae Ostara.
As a set of responses to Ovid’s Metamorphoses from Book 13. Climax
February 2013-March 2014
17 poets, 15 months, creating 1 contemporary reworking of Ovid’s Metamorphoses
See the Transformations Page for more details or the ‘Present Collaborations’ Tab
Poems Inspired by Book 13
James Knight and Nat Hall
13 broken pieces of id
by James Knight
The leaders took their seats, and the common
……….scowled and shook his fist.
……to do battle with him.
exulting in…………………. bloodshed and slaughter.
……..consider the good of the state.
..consider the killing
those who had participated in the robbery under his leadership
……we fought in the field
………..digging a trench round their fortifications,
…….deceived by a dream
attack the leaders with…….words
beneath the city walls
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For the second year running, selected verse will be read & displayed on the other side of the Atlantic, closer to the lips of the Chocolate River, as a piece, previously featured on the blog, will feature at this year’s Poetry Reading in Fredericton.