Helen Woodsford-Dean and Ragnhild Ljosland have self-published an ebook of poems ‘They Wur Cheust Folk’ to commemorate the memorial to the historic victims of the witchcraft trials at Gallow’ha.
Poetry Corner:How Do You Like Me So Far
How do you like me so far?/Do I meet your expectations?
Poetry Corner: Anniversary Twenty-Five
“The candles on your birthday cake/are more than when you came.”
Poetry Corner: Hansel and Gretel
On this day 23rd of December 1893 the opera “Hansel und Gretel” by Engelbert Humperdinck and his sister Adelheid Wette premiered in Weimar, conducted by Richard Strauss.
Poetry Corner: The Doggerels Of Christmas Past
“Ribbons and paper lie at the feet/of the cold man asleep in the door”
Poetry Corner: Watching My Friend The Moon
“I love to watch the moon in the sky.”
Poetry Corner: Even This Shall Pass Away
For Helen – and her menopause experience…
Poetry Corner: Let’s Do It In The Morning
“I used to dance on table tops,”
Poetry Corner: The Way Home
“Look, the Bears are back!”
Poetry Corner: The Piping of the Haggis
Whilst staying in Stromness Richard Wallace from Canada attended a Burns Supper.