Monthly Archives: June 2014

Top 10 – Parklife Songs

Time for another Top 10 songs today as it’s been a while since I’ve published one. Today’s subject is parks and accompanies this weeks images on ‘My Daily Snap’ blog, which were taken in Sutton Park Nature Reserve, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, UK. Top … Continue reading

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RED

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Poetry meets Photography 02 ‘Majestic Swan’

Number two in a new series where I mix my poetry and photography together into one creative whole! Today the theme is  that majestic bird the Swan. In this case a photograph (not this one) that I took in the … Continue reading

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Graffiti based on the famous scene from the movie “Pulp Fiction”. London, Marylebone.

Originally posted on lemanshots – Fine Pictures and Digital Art:
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The world that found heart

Originally posted on Peace, Love and Patchouli:
Metal door opens Darkness and gloom Dingy with oil The ants scurry about Never looking up Faster faster they move Unaware Without a care There is no heart, It doesn’t reside there. Machines…

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Poetry meets Photography 01 – ‘On the Forest Floor’

Today’s blog is a hybrid; Poetry meets Photography. It’s a mix of two of my other blogs: my photography one, ‘My Daily Snap’ and my poetry blog ‘Today’s Poem’. You can see other examples of my photography and poetry on … Continue reading

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Not Just For Poets Anymore

Originally posted on Little Weir:
Today the Guardian published an article about the Forward Poetry Prize and  judge Jeremy Paxman. Paxman’s comments included the idea that poets need to “engage with ordinary people much more” (Quotation taken from the article).…

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