Tag: poet

O Poesy is on the wane

The title is from John Clare’s poem which speaks of regret for the changes that modernity was bringing to his landscape (and to his style of poetry). We photographers often look to the past too, amongst the decayed and derelict, that seem to be… Continue Reading “O Poesy is on the wane”

wanton as they fall

“The russet, crab and cottage redburn to the sun’s hot brass,then drop like sweat from every branchand bubble in the grass. They lie as wanton as they fall,and where they fall and break,the stallion clamps his crunching jaws,the starling stabs his beak. In each… Continue Reading “wanton as they fall”

Another Lonely House

For my Poetics prompt, we conjure a house that we’ve never personally known and give it substance, literal and/or metaphorical: Outside Looking In