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Poetics: Poetry of Place and Space

Hi, Ingrid is the host of Poetics this week, sadly her last as a host, but wishing her well in her new job – she invites us to write poetry of the places and/or spaces which inspire us the most, for me it was and is my childhood home in an old mill surrounded by farms, which was just a joy, I don’t think I really appreciated until I was older ❀


Published by poetisatinta

I was born and live in rural North Wales (UK) and found poetry again after a lifetime, so grateful I did :)

9 thoughts on “Poetics: Poetry of Place and Space

  1. What a beautiful poem. Your story sounds like it came out of a book, much like the Little House stories. When we visited Kinderjike back in 2019, it was interesting to discover that people/families lived in the Windmills. Well done.

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  2. Sounds like a paradise for children! I didn’t have a mill but rolling meadows and corn fields. I wonder if there are any places still out there where children can use imagination and play in safety and freedom…

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    1. They were indeed happy days, it is sad children don’t have the freedom these days we used to be gone for hours, the world was a quieter and safer place ❀️


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