Sandra is back with a fascinating look at social history, seen through the singular lens of the Back Alley! Celebrating the recent changes made by her local community, that have brought the abandoned back alleys into communal use once more.
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Our Heather by Sandra Falconer
Some of you may have read Sandra's verses kept as a Lockdown diary, which we featured earlier this summer. Sandra is a member of our monthly workshop group in Teesside, and she has put together this very moving tribute to a much-missed daughter. Thank you for watching this, it was created from love and faith.
Splendid Isolation 2 by Sandra Falconer
The brilliant Sandra from our monthly digital storytelling class is keeping a poetic journal during lockdown - here's the second installment! Splendid Isolation 2 We expected it to last a lifetime - that first week How quickly did it pass! No alarms, no arguments over breakfast No school bus that refused to wait for the … Continue reading Splendid Isolation 2 by Sandra Falconer
Splendid Isolation 1 by Sandra Falconer
Continuing with our 'incidental' series of poems written by members of our monthly digital storytelling group, here's the first of some lockdown verse by Sandra Falconer! Splendid Isolation When the command finally came it was hardly unexpected. Indeed, our self incarceration was anxiously desired As he found, at last, the means to sound authoritative, We … Continue reading Splendid Isolation 1 by Sandra Falconer