The Blue Tree

A poem inspired by the painting of a friend of mine, Admire Ncube. The blue tree Welcomes me The blue tree Speaks to me The blue true Transports me I tumble into its… Continue reading

Visible Thoughts Launch Live Album

Happy Friday! I hope you are all fantastic! For your listening pleasure I have turned the amazing videos captured by Lucy Lungley and Billy Counter into a live album! Listen to it on… Continue reading

Tea

With a splash That leaf laden infuser Sinks down With a clink As more and more colours Seep out with each blink Under a haze of rising steam That water becomes something Truly… Continue reading

Videos From The Book Launch

I would like to thank Billy Counter and Lucy Lungley for filming my set at the launch for my book Visible Thoughts! I braved hearing my own voice and picked a few to… Continue reading

The Inter-Dimensional Bench

I had the best time performing with Tiff from Central Saint Martins University as part of Folkestone Triennial 2017! Tiff has created a bench reflecting nature and society, Japanese and Western culture. To… Continue reading

Thank You!

I just wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone that was part of the launch night for Visible Thoughts! Thank you Anthony White, Faith Warn, Sharon McCarron and Seterah Ebrahimi for… Continue reading

Visible Thoughts by Dave James Horn

Originally posted on And So She Thinks:
Dave James Horn is a prolific poet. When he hasn’t got his pen on a page his head is alive with words, all shifting about and…

Light Forms

There are many life forms I see on my way In the shape of many animals So many in the shape Of humans to Us most curious animals Some though Go above and… Continue reading

Margate Bookie Podcasts

Originally posted on And So She Thinks:
A busy weekend of chatting with writers, authors, journalists and publishers at Margate Bookie Festival. Here’s the link to the podcasts – take a listen to Norah…

Climbing Frames For Spiders

Pitch Festival last week really showed the joy of festivals! How has it been a week? Perched upon hay bales Circling a fire Nestled on the grass Staring at one on stage Singing… Continue reading