Some words written and a photo taken on a snowy walk on Saddle Tor, Dartmoor, Devon, New Year's Day morning, 2021.
There's an anticipation in the yellow-lilac light and shade of a snowy day. The...
A cinquain poem is a verse of five lines that do not rhyme. The cinquain poem was created by American poet, Adelaide Crapsey (1878–1914).
Each line has a set number of syllables:
Line 1: 2 syllables
What's On Your Mind?
If I could write what's on my mind
The sum and parts would not be equal
To the volume that's inside
For words don't stack or group together
They aren't the contents
They're the lever
One word, a...
Is it literature, or is it art?
The latest exhibition at the Saison Poetry Library, tucked away in the Royal Festival Hall complex on the London South Bank, explores the relationship between poetry and art...
Tonight has inspired new words; new words on words.
Fresh thoughts on thinking.
Chew on your words before you spit them
We won’t always be here to hear them
And we don’t have time for time to waste
"I can take any empty space and call it a bare stage..." - Peter Brook.
Inspired by the words of the legendary director, The Empty Blogspace is a space where performance is not only documented, but taking place on every empty screen filled with words. Discover theatre reviews, industry features, performance photography and more.