Monday, April 29, 2013
The Wall of Miracles poetry installation
...was unveiled today at the University of Exeter, UK. I'm delighted that two of my poems are included. They were looking for "a prayer, meditation, eulogy or description of an animal or feature of the natural world." The poem had to fit "on a luggage tag: no longer than 16 lines, each line no more than 45 characters wide." Pictures were just posted on Facebook of the unveiling. It's lovely. The installation will be up for two weeks. It's located at The Wall (Reed Hall/Wellness and Medical Centre), Streatham Campus, Exeter, UK. Many thanks to Xegesis, the poetry collective of Jaime Robles, Mike Rose-Steel, and SMSteele, for including my work in this project.
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I think the other half of the luggage tag thing should be an accidental trip to Hawaii. Anyway, sounds fun, Brenda.
Or a trip to see the Wall of Miracles.
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