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Byron Beynon

CAPE TRIBULATION We witnessed the rare and tropical rainforest as it nears the waterline, the movement of an endangered creature that stirs from hiding to drink. Creeks inhabited by crocodiles, the cable ferry slips cautiously over the face of the … Continue reading

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Byron Beynon: Two poems

LLANRHIDIAN MARSH The language of saltmarsh with muddy creeks, durable ponies, reflected light eagerly awaiting the ebbings of signs to be read; nature’s art a bonus for the enduring senses to reach across, meanings that draw the quiet eye within, … Continue reading

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Byron Beynon: Two poems

The Heron The heron sieves the water with his eyes, eliminates the trick of light, side-glances this porous territory where he resides, a watchman wading the feeding grounds for his quota each day, standing still, concentrating on the wrinkled flow … Continue reading

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Byron Beynon

Curlews I watch them working the estuary probing the mud with curved detectors, intense with silence they have waited until now for the tide to leave, urgent and fresh the unknown thoughts within investigate the intimate in a mourning of … Continue reading

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