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Lent 33: Dart

Alice Oswald’s second book, Dart, is a 48 page long poem in the voice of the river Dart as it flows from its source to the sea. It’s based on three years of interviews with local inhabitants around the river, … Continue reading

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Lent 16: Salvage

The title of Jane Draycott’s The Night Tree refers to a lighthouse, whose reaching beams of light are likened to petals or branches. By the lighthouse keepers, the sea is described as “a forest, our blades / cutting through like … Continue reading

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