On the dawn of the new year and the plans and hopes ahead. Thomas Delahunt reflects and asks the community of butterflies to respond. Using the poem “draw away to […]
On the dawn of THEawards Francesca Hufton reflects on her very first symposium. She understands, engages and reflects the ethos of the butterfly flame beautifully. I adore how this small […]
‘We hit a giant – a poem which enabled us to share our ‘disappointing’ feelings and helped us recognise we should continue….
This is why.. I sometimes question the value of connection. The value of employment. The value of love. But today I met a good new friend, we spoke about the […]
Existing and loving the poetic ether of another year of a community, forming and disbanding like a flower that blooms for just a day. We have had the third year […]
This week has been spent thinking, reflecting, and preparing for the next poetry symposium. I have looked all the way back to the opening blogs available on the blog space
I feel it is vital to keep engaging with the students learning story. Recently, within a module of the nursing degree pathway, we had the chance to open the learning […]
This blog is aimed to challenge our thinking about creative curriculum design. Alternative learning experiences at university.
I have always loved poetry. Some of my earliest and most treasured memories are of my Granddad reading poetry to me before bed. Poetry isn’t age-appropriate, it doesn’t have a sticker […]
‘When you open yourself to the view of others it’s a risk. Much like the poem at the end of this post suggests ‘at times we will not open our […]