/ audio voyage through Dinorwig Quarries
And I am so pleased the poem has connected with you as it has - publishing and stuff can have its rewards, but simply knowing I've managed to write a poem that connects as it has is most rewarding.
Kind regards, Mark
Didn't realise you were 'Krama Woodgin' with my first post!
Yes the poem certainly made a big connection. I know we had a brief chat / meeting in the quarry once but still can't work out where or when?
Have you had a good response from others to the poem and the audio version?
Is there any way of getting this onto my iPod / iTunes from Sound Cloud?
Hlo Ian! Yes, I've actually had quite a few people listen to this, and some good comments.
We met in the quarry at least a couple of years ago now, I would think. My partner and I were with Johnny Dawes at the time, although Johnny, being the chameleon he is, wasn't sure that you had recognised him. You'd actually been cleaning and bolting some easier lines. We met right next to the disused quarry buildings (old dressing sheds?) just before Dali's Hole.
If you go here you can see my fizog, which might help to jog: http://www.shearsman.com/pages/books/authors/goodwinA.html
Kind regards, Mark
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