the last sound of an echo

somewhere between Charlestown and Dunfermline

somewhere between Charlestown and Dunfermline

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Now playing: Pauline Oliveros, Stuart Dempster, Panaiotis – Deep Listening

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4 Responses to the last sound of an echo

  1. peter boughton says:

    the spirit of Edwin Morgan is alive and well and wandering in Fife 😉

    • thanks Peter. Had to scurry to my collected Morgan to pick that up ;-). I had it in mind that Cage would probably have done this. The practical motivation was trying ways to use white space in WordPress which has driven me nuts for ages. Twitter seems to cope much better but obviously the 140 character restriction. Thanks for the prompt to read more Morgan.

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