Hide Now! Along the path these kids run Behind the hedgerow down by the stream I counted Awful, awful Counting slower, slower, counting Five, four, history runs in numbers I clench my hands Three, two, one Hide now! Kathryn Cussons This is an example of a 'found poem' by one of my former students at St Paul's Girls' School using Glyn Maxwell's poem 'Forty Forty' from his 2008 collection Hide Now as her source. Found Poetry uses a similar idea to making sculptures with found o
David Sharpe uses 'found objects' to create his incredible interpretations of the natural world. We are lucky enough to own this wonderfully life-like pheasant who keeps an eye on all those who enter our house. We also own a tractor, made from bicycle chains, keys and spoons, and covet a life-size stag he made a few years ago which he has now sold.