Month: August 2018

Website of poet Elizabeth Rimmer

Ivy on the Poetry Path at Corbenic

This has just gone up on the Corbenic Poetry Path near Dunkeld. It is in a beautiful spot, overlooking the River Braan. It was inspired by my poem Ivy: Ivy It is the vigour that amazes –the lithe sprawl over the rockery,the spring and spurt up telegraph poles.Stems in pin feather up as fastas April’s hatchlings,…
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August 22, 2018 0

The Colour of Memory

This blog piece is quite late as I had two days out of action with some virus or other, so a lot of garden jobs and dye jobs did not get done. But it did give me some quiet time to think more about the next random writing projects. Several conversations about the past have…
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August 18, 2018 0

Summer Reading

The good thing about having finished a book is that you can feel free to read what you like, and this summer it has been a very random selection – cookery books, books about trees, a lot of short stories, this historical adventure – the first of a trilogy and almost everything else that has…
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August 9, 2018 0