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01

Sep

naomiwilkinson:

I’ve been working hard on a few exciting things at the moment which are starting to come together, can’t wait to share them!

naomiwilkinson:

I’ve been working hard on a few exciting things at the moment which are starting to come together, can’t wait to share them!

21

Aug

high tide and low tide in great britain. photographs by michael marten

08

Aug

Salzburg, 2011.

04

Aug

The Eagle by Alfred Tennyson

He clasps the crag with crooked hands;
Close to the sun in lonely lands,
Ringed with the azure world, he stands.

The wrinkled sea beneath him crawls;
He watches from his mountain walls,
And like a thunderbolt he falls.

Nine-word poem: Phosphorus

Sun-bathed tree phosphorus green;
dawn breathing life to day.

29

Jul

Dreamscapes

Like a secret, it came unexpected and would rather engrave itself on memory than let you dismiss it to yesterday. Unsearchable, the chase for beauty is far more liberating than beholding it, possessing it.
Dreams are wild things that need galaxy length to run and stretch and transform; living things that can suffocate in harassing city full of vain noises, driven mad by an epidemic of anxiety.
Test the dreamscape boundaries and feel the tingling fearlessness that perceiving blind men know when they walk on water: forward following, leaving the sight of expectation behind.

07

Jul

Holocene by Bon Iver

28

Jun

Time Warped by Claudia Hammond sounds fascinating.

(By the way, can you spot three clocks in this video?)

24

Jun

Baked

Yolk-eyed sun

slumped solid over there,

heat oozing from its flabby rays expanding so wide

clogging the atmosphere, engulfing day and night,

reduced to haze indiscernible.

17

Jun

Nine word poem: Half

Hand cusped
face of the moon, waiting for dusk