If we want the world to move forward,
we must hold hands. Documenting the pain and the joy,
on the same page,
with water, with fire, with ashes
not with ink.
Freedom means nothing when the healthy and the sick
eat at separate tables.
Even the trees sit together. They know that life is actually simple.
But once people renounced their entitlement,
it will take more than a revolution
to reclaim such a right.
For too long we took the wrong turn.
What kind of world is this if
the madman tells us that
we should be ashamed of ourselves?
Photo: @Joss Beeley
May 27, 2017
art, Bristol, Britain, censorship, Communication, culture, poems, poetography, poetry, revolution, social change
This is it. The book is done, the summer arrived. ‘Imperfect’ is published by Yew Tree Press, Philip Rush, Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK and printed by Andrew Morrison, Stroud, UK. Price: £10 with free P&P.
Curator: Jay Ramsay
Photography: @Joss Beeley
Please order the book at email@example.com
May 24, 2017 May 29, 2017
art, Britain, culture, literature, Maria Stadnicka, poems, poetry, poetry book, poetry reading, politics