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 canopy Blossoms and blue leaves All that I can see I tumble out A mind swept clean Of noise and doubt At […]
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 quote Tiff, ‘I love you f*&King bench!’ There are many benches Many odes and memorials But none like this one As if […]
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This summer sees the very first Pitch Festival grace the fields of Kent. Organised by the team behind the Paddlesworth Project, it’s three days of music, arts, workshops and spoken word that sees local and national artists alike come together to celebrate the power of creativity. I caught up…
I am delighted and honoured to be able to announce I will be reading a set of poetry on the theme of nature at the Smallhythe Gallery, near Tenterden. The gallery is hosting an exhibition of art inspired by poetry around the theme of nature. As well as poetry from me artist Kate Beaugié will […]
This is a poem I wrote sometime ago, which has since been illustrated by Hannah Goff. Artwork copyright to Hannah Goff, HKG © Waiting to be saved Waiting to be loved Waiting from above To be in the Right direction shoved Always waiting Always hoping For the answers Like a man in the dark Desperately […]
Occasionally I draw ….
There’s just something captivating about this! David James Horn