Words from a bench, November 2013
The following poems and pieces of prose are written by local writers who have been inspired by the beauty of Rowntree Park. They invite reflection and offer alternative ways to see the abundance of this lovely place. As you stroll through, find a bench and access the works with your smartphone, laptop or tablet by reading the QR code laminated there. We hope that you enjoy sitting for a few minutes reading our words.
This first collection of writings was collated and uploaded in November 2013, and will continue to be available online from this site, but the pieces linked to the QR codes will change with the seasons.
Karen Hill-Green (editor) and Cath Mortimer (blogger)
|Adrian Paul Fayter||My spot|
|Karen Hill-Green||Autumn at lunchtime bench|
|Laura Hyde||Snippets of a Cycle|
|Lucy Marsh||Love in the park|
|Laura Alexandra Munteanu||Park|
|Ben Warden||Not Concentrating|
|Chris Brunt||In 1943 I used to drink tea|