The Sound Of Water – an exploration of Thurmaston through walking, talking and haiku poetry by the people of Thurmaston with Paul Conneally and Charnwood Arts | Burn The Water

 

 

Source: The Sound Of Water – an exploration of Thurmaston through walking, talking and haiku poetry by the people of Thurmaston with Paul Conneally and Charnwood Arts | Burn The Water

  1. this host is a near unbearable bore but Esperanza is a joy even in her righteous resistance of him
    http://radioopensource.org/esperanza-spalding-drawn-to-greatness

    • I once heard (and saw) Spalding live in concert in a church with great acoustics. She was with her bass then. Loved this interview you sent to me. She’s open full throttle! to experiment. Thank you so much!

  2. Beautiful plaquette

    • Is a plaquette like a broadside? Perhaps you do not know what I call a broadside, but it is generally one poem or short poems accompanied by an illustration and printed in a small run of maybe a 100 or so.

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