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D. H. Lawrence

She was like a forest,
like the dark interlacing of the oakwood,
humming inaudibly with myriad unfolding buds.
Meanwhile the birds of desire
were asleep in the vast interlaced intricacy of her body. 7 more words


Kids Can Win £100 Book Vouchers In D.H. Lawrence Poetry Competition

Children of all ages are being given the chance to win £100 worth of National Book Tokens by entering D.H. Lawrence Heritage’s Children’s Poetry Competition. The competition closes on Tuesday 16th June. 126 more words

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The Beautiful Indifference by Sarah Hall 2011

A short story collection so compelling I ripped through it in four hours straight, The Beautiful Indifference plunges its characters, kicking, in blood and in the rubble that glaciers belly out of the way when they creep along making mountains. 748 more words

Literary Fiction

D.H. Lawrence's Three Strange Angels

I’ve been reading and listening to David Whyte’s work for the last couple of years now and I would say that, largely because of him, I have developed an interest in the literature of mid-life. 68 more words


Reflections: Let's Talk Book-Talk.

Wow, what a day.  Zennor in Darkness, by Helen Dunmore, with eleven students.  I’m still buzzing.  Six hours of lively discussion and passionate debate.  We covered a lot of ground, and my plan had to be continually revised as we shared ideas, questions and insights. 307 more words


DH Lawrence - "The Rainbow"

The horror of not being ourselves without the other being frightens us even now, because this abandon–the feeling of being in love for real and finally found the other part of the self- does not abolish the self, but enriches it by becoming a greater self, a complex self of two beings as one self – the twilight concept of the soulmate… 1,150 more words

Ink Marks On Empty Dreams