Tag: Migration

STINGING NETTLES, BOMBS & A CAGE

‘The Bits the Bomb Left Behind’ by Zoolon I’m cursed with allergies to pollen and dust. I do all the right things, take Loratadine tablets, live in sunglasses 24/7, stuff Vaseline up my nose, encase all the bedding. Stuff like that. Nothing works. This time of the year when pollen levels are off the scale,

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CAPTURING WAVES & NUISANCES

So, it’s the first decent day of the year in South East England. Blue skies, a double-figure temperature and high tide at 11am. All good. I’m walking the coastline to a place where the sea wall juts out toward the beach, so I can capture the sounds of the waves for some sound art I’m

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NOT AS PROMISED

Marcel Duchamp (1898 – 1968) I saw heavily armed police conduct an operation the other night.  I’d never seen anything like this before. From a safe distance, I wondered what it was all about. Drugs? Maybe terrorists? The police were there in numbers and impressively tooled up. Later, I got told that the operation was

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RANDOM LYRICAL THOUGHT OF ZOOLON

(the picture is of clouds over France taken from Dover Harbour this morning) Just a thought, thought up driving home on Sunday. CONTRADICTION (not a poem or a song) To a land of faith and plenty, Came the lonesome refugee, All he wanted was a safe place, To live, unchained and free, Yet when he

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