Cutting lines

Wildlines

This morning I wandered through the Otago Museum Reserve enjoying the trees, the mild autumnal weather, students voices as they headed to lectures and the visual delight of swinging wildlines.  Dangling over tree trunks, twirling under branches and hovering in mid-air –26 lines taken from 26 poems provided by NZ and international poets. If you live in Dunedin go and be breath taken. Kudos to David Kelly-Hedrick and Loveday Why for their  work, effort and creativity in making this so much more than just a fringe benefit.
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