Thoughts and observations by English poet Roger N. Taber, a retired librarian & poet-novelist.- "Colour, creed, sex, sexuality... these are but part of a whole. It is the whole that counts." RNT [NB While I have no wish to create a social network, I will always reply to emails. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org].
Continuing my best friend Graham’s snapshot of
Wiltshire, he takes us from the Gothic splendour of Salisbury cathedral to the natural
beauty of the Cheddar Gorge; this is the first of three videos which we hope will give
you a feel for the Gorge and its splendid views. Yes, he could have waited for a sunny day,
but we both feel that a gathering storm is more atmospheric.
The poem attempts to covey something of the intimate
relationship between the human condition and the natural world. I will post
poem and video on my blog as previous feedback suggests that some of you cannot
access YouTube directly.
Two further videos of the Cheddar Gorge (and poems)
will follow during the course of this week once editing is completed. [We had
hoped to combine all there videos into one, but the resulting file proved too
big for my pc and it crashed.]