an alphabet poem (missing the y) by henri chopin, from henri chopin - ceolfrith 18 (published on the occasion of a retrospective exhibition at ceolfrith arts centre, sunderland, 1972), via mr. cutdown, who found the book in a bin bag (!) outside the glasgow home of a “relatively well known scottish poet”

an alphabet poem (missing the y) by henri chopin, from henri chopin - ceolfrith 18 (published on the occasion of a retrospective exhibition at ceolfrith arts centre, sunderland, via mr.

Scrapbook by Edwin Morgan, held at University of Glasgow. Morgan began compiling scrapbooks in the 1930s and continued to add to them until the 1960s. He saw them as combining biographical detail (what he as a poet had noted in living through three turbulent decades), together with cultural commentary (how the social and scientific world had altered during that period) and an aesthetic dimension.

Scrapbook by Edwin Morgan, held at University of Glasgow. Morgan began compiling scrapbooks in the 1930s and continued to add to them until the 1960s. He saw them as combining biographical detail (what he as a poet had noted in living through three turbulent decades), together with cultural commentary (how the social and scientific world had altered during that period) and an aesthetic dimension.

Tattoo on my hip, poetry by Scottish poet Norman MacCaig.

poetry by Scottish poet Norman MacCaig. Love the placement.

Visual poetry by Edwin Morgan – "French Persian cats having a ball" #typestract #concretepoetry #visualpoetry

Edwin Morgan, Chaffinch Map of Scotland, 1965 from Collected Poems

edwin morgan . based on quote by ludwig wittgenstein

based on quote by ludwig wittgenstein


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