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Showing articles tagged "lake district poetry"

04/07/2018

Treading the spaces in between

Seven days and nights feeling and reading the land- walking the spaces between the treefold poem in Cumbria.

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16/06/2018

Folding in the land: a 7-day walk between treefolds

Time to feel the elements and let the land inspire art and poetry: a 7-day midsummer walk in the Lake District, linking the three treefolds, camping as we go & finishing with a public talk at the Blencathra Centre on June 23rd.

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04/05/2018

Walking In

This poem from The Long View has become a favourite, a poem about walking, and feeling in, and out, of place.

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18/05/2015

Adventure, adrenalin and 'tree time'

The word ‘adventure’ tends to conjure up the idea of risk, challenge, something daring. It has a ring of the intrepid about it, as if it will necessarily involve hazard. To call someone an ‘adventurer’ is to put them in a league beyond the reach of almost all ‘average’ people (just think of Sir Ranulph Feinnes, or Scott of the Antarctic). But there's another way you could look at it.

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03/04/2015

Ash-fall

" The ashtree growing in the corner of the garden was felled. It was lopped first. I heard the sound and looking out and seeing it maimed there came at that moment a great pang and I wished to die and not to see the inscapes of the world destroyed any more."
Gerard Manley Hopkins

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