It’s raining, a persistent soft drizzle that the ground is soaking up so I can see the dried out lawn greening in front of my eyes. Rain seems to lead… read more →
I am coming to the end of a week of peregrinations around Cornwall. In Poetry Therapy, Nick Mazza talks about there being a receptive element (reading, listening, watching) and an… read more →
I have just finished Matthew Hollis’ book about Edward Thomas, ‘Now All Roads Lead To France’. I have mixed feelings about it but, if one of the characteristics of a… read more →
One of the most common concerns that comes up in Poetry Therapy (and life, of course) is decision making and the what-ifs that accompany it and the if-onlys that sometimes follow. It’s… read more →
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