Wednesday, 4 April 2012

Spring - It's a Wonderful World

We're awaiting the promised snow here. No sign of it yet; there's a slight nip in the air, but somehow I don't think I'll be dusting down the toboggan and stocking up on carrots just yet.

But in case I'm wrong, here's a reminder of sunnier times: a 'found poem' I made last week; funnily enough a day or so before the trip to sunny Salisbury.

Words were 'found' courtesy of the National Trust and The Big Issue and this is what  they said to me:

Wonder to Enjoy
Remember this, in microcosm, early April adventure.
Start Spring.
The journey is just the start of the artist at work:
Raindrops bouncing off leaves
energy caught on lens; the tightrope walk
striving for conectedness,
lifting the lid...
Spring - 
Keeping faith,
shared growth;
A Work to wonder at...

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