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Sixty of Clive Blake/Chris Robbins' most popular 'phoems'
Audio of, Cornish poet, Clive Blake, reading all of the poems
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Based on the successful Phoetry Book
'View Points and Points of View' ***
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Clive is featured in the United Press (UK) publications:
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Through The Hole In The Glass (Poetry by Clive Blake of Cornwall) Phoetry – Visual Poetry – Concrete Poetry - Poetry
Behind an old window,
A young girl often gazed,
Through a thin shattered pane,
Through a large hole unglazed.
The uncaring world pass,
To the more wealthy mass.
When life became too tough,
Her daydreams would unfold,
As protection against her
Brave hopes growing cold.
Where her mind could explore,
Expanding like light-gas,
And her thoughts could escape
Through the hole in the glass.
This 'phoem' is titled "Through The Hole In The Glass” (Poetry by Clive Blake of Cornwall) Phoetry – Visual Poetry – Concrete Poetry - Poetry,
from the 'Phoetry Book', View Points and Points of View".
I describe Phoetry as a fusion of poetry and photography.
I came up with the Phoetry concept in 1994.
Phoetry can also be described as Visual Poetry and loosely described as Concrete Poetry.
The poetry is by Cornish Poet, Clive Blake cliveblake.deviantart.com/
photography by Chris Robbins MPAGB, AFIAP. www.chrisrobbins.co.uk/
View Points and Points of View
The Phoetry Book, ‘View Points and Points of View’
was published by Emu House Publications www.emuhouse.co.uk/
Book design and typography by Adrian Blake www.facebook.com/pages/Adrian-…
of deviantART *hairycheesecake fame hairycheesecake.deviantart.com…
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