On my seventh podcast poetry show I talk about travel and my travel companions; my writing, a book, and a camera. I read my poem, ‘A Baby Paradise’, and describe the analogy of life and death. The film was created near the runway of Darwin International Airport.
The poem is related to the analogy in my picture book, ‘One Little Caterpillar‘.
I read a few poems that are related to personal themes from my book, ‘Sudden Clarity‘. I give insightful poetry responses on life and love. I talk about the soul and physical presence, play and games in childhood and real life.
Before I started traveling I never thought about where my friends were from. London was the place where I met people from all over the world, and this became more evident, much like a ‘label’. I enjoyed my time in London, but I felt that it was a temporary place to live in. And this was something else I never experienced. The signs that tell you ‘it’s time to move on’.
London was a great challenge, and I talk about my experiences. I also talk about friendship along with a poem I wrote about some friends while we were apart. This is the film clip, ‘Three Sisters Live In The Shadows’.
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