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We’re thrilled to have your beautiful writing as part of the project.
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Sue Reed 1h
My dear friend has written her sestude for about the Hawthorn. .
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Therese Kieran 1h
Fabulous! What riches from today. I adore the sestude's 'bad hair days' & the tender ending's fingers touching in the lee of the wind & so much I never knew in the essay! Thank you & for double helpings of H trees today 💚
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26 3h
Hazel and hawthorn - companions of the traditional British hedgerow - demand respect today in wonderful sestudes and creative essays from and .
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Kate Davies 6h
1/2 Writers: if you need space/time to write, apply for the Hawthornden Fellowship - if you're successful, you get a month in a Scottish castle for free. No internet, pweter plates, they deliver lunch to your room, sherry is 50p a glass) - am going on Sunday, bit scared...
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phyllis rosemary harry 5h
my mother once told me off for bringing into the house when i added some to a childish gift of
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Julia Webb-Harvey 8h
Acorns are only good for squirrels! Loved the playful three-act essay for the love of the hazel, very much supporting the leading man/lady (?, is it gendered) of the sestude. 💚
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Andy Hayes 7h
Thank you. Definitely female, and my wife’s name too.
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26 7h
Another tree demanding its dues! cautions us not underestimate the hawthorn in her delicate sestude. And her fab essay reveals a tree that is more than just 'twisted boughs and hostile thorns'
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Lisa Andrews 9h
And thank you for the RT. The project is going for another two weeks and is full of beautiful tree-inspired writing. 🌳🌲♥️
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Therese Kieran 8h
Renewed respect for the after 's wonderful repositioning, it's definitely got 'the knowledge' - make way for small wonders I say!
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Philip Parker 10h
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26 12h
Absolutely beautiful words from
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Patrick Brannigan 🎵 🎶👩‍👧‍👧 12h
Indeed, the whispering trees and avian gymnastics.
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Patrick Brannigan 🎵 🎶👩‍👧‍👧 12h
Gulmohar - sestude eloquence by
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Andy Hayes 12h
Thank you for writing Moonwalking, Rob. Funny, honest and moving. And definitely worth the 10-year wait. I’ll never look at Phoebe in the same way again.
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26 12h
Today's 'core' writer channels his inner hazel and demands that this versatile tree be shown the respect it rightfully deserves in a glorious sestude and creative essay
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26 13h
One for writers - ‘Thomas Hardy wrote that people could identify a tree by its susurration, the sound of leaves in the wind. Writer Bob Gilbert listens and hears how poets and musicians capture this’. Sounds fab!
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steve hill 13h
Radio 4 at 11.30 this morning is programme about trees. “The susarrations of trees”
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Julia Webb-Harvey Nov 13
From ‘red as myth’ through to ‘I fear humans are less resilient,’ this is a 26 experience to savour. Extraordinary writing from memory to the Anthropocene. ❤️💚
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