Posts Tagged ‘ inspiration ’

Books for Bards

Feb 9th, 2017 | By

What is a modern Bard? The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids describes it in this way: “The Bardic stream is not simply a body of knowledge we once possessed and which we attempt to regain – it is a spiritualised mode of artistic creative consciousness which is dynamic and living – the future holds

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Poetic inspiration on the Ribble

Sep 22nd, 2014 | By

Resident poet Lorna Smithers shares a place that inspires her… The River Ribble The Ribble is a 75 mile long river that flows from Gavel Gap in North Yorkshire to its estuary in West Lancashire, where it joins the Irish Sea. It runs between my home town of Penwortham and the city of Preston. With

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Sharing author inspiration

Aug 22nd, 2014 | By

Moon Books authors sharing places that inspire them…  This is a view of Long Island Sound from Harkness State Park in Connecticut USA. I find this location very inspiring because it is such a liminal spot. I love to stand where the earth and sea meet and look out at the sky and just let

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