Resurgence member Clare Hyde writes: “I began placing handwritten poetry slates around the countryside and community during the pandemic, to offer inspiration and to give me a sense of creative purpose. This poem is by John O’Donohue, and was the first one I placed, just down the road from my house at a crossroads in Knowle Green, near Longridge, Lancashire. Due to the positive response, I’ve continued doing it whenever I find a spare slate and a poem that needs sharing!”


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