Flanders Moss – poem by Chris Powici

Flanders Moss NNR

Chris Powici reads us his poem about Flanders Moss. This will get you wanting to visit once lockdown is ended.

Chris Powici’s writing explores the way that human life and wildlife rub up against each other. ‘Flanders Moss’ is taken from his latest collection of poems, This Weight of Light, published by Red Squirrel. Chris edited the literary magazine Northwords Now from 2010 to 2017 and teaches creative writing for the University of Stirling and The Open University. He lives in Perthshire whose roads and tracks, as well as those of other counties, he loves to cycle.

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4 Responses to Flanders Moss – poem by Chris Powici

  1. Brigid says:

    Great chris.. I love a good bog. Xx

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  2. That took me back there – thank you Chris – beautiful. xx

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  3. Hannah Bateman says:

    Chris, Good to see you so well. Beautiful poetry! Hannah from Denny xx

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  4. Beautiful poem, specially the bit about earth on the verge of turning into water. I’ve never been to Flanders Moss but I’m going now. Well, when lockdown is over.

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