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Some lays of the Fianna, translated from the Irish by Annraoi de Paor with illustrations by Tim Halpin
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5 thoughts on “Waterfall”
Love the poem and its form.
Thanks Patricia. Love it when you get to play with the layout and it works, so often it gets messy and it’s back to aligning it all again 🤭
I love experimenting with white space – it’s like I can let any inhibitions loose.
Very nice poem and the shape is perfect.
Thanks Brandon, I really liked how the shape turned out with having to lose any words