Posts tagged ‘archeology’

July 25, 2018

Cochi

by The Cheesesellers Wife aka Kim Whysall-Hammond

Deep ploughed grooves
reveal treasures between vines
broken pots, beads, loom weights,

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February 13, 2018

Ironic digging

by Jem Croucher

Irony seemed appropriate
in Gordon Square today
Archeology under wraps
for sometime yet I’d say
I wonder what they’ll find in there
under London’s ground
especially whilst the expertise
is evident around

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September 18, 2017

Ridgeway

by The Cheesesellers Wife aka Kim Whysall-Hammond

Tombs, forts and settlements
String the Ridgeway
As beads on a necklace
Testifying to ancient use

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July 2, 2017

We have captured the stones

by The Cheesesellers Wife aka Kim Whysall-Hammond

We have captured the stones in their circles
First with maps and sketches
Now with our many photographs
They would otherwise move

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October 15, 2016

Hill forts

by The Cheesesellers Wife aka Kim Whysall-Hammond

Hill forts

This grassy crater
With a domed centre
Lies peacefully in the bright sun
Where once violence played

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July 2, 2016

Stone Circle

by The Cheesesellers Wife aka Kim Whysall-Hammond

 

Stone Circle

Consider the stone circle
Do the stones collect impressions?
Perhaps imprinted like old photographs
Perhaps locked in their silicon crystals

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