Returning to the present day the Teignmouth TRAIL is once again in place – the annual display of recycled art which runs along the seafront and this year also extends up to the Homeyard Botanical Gardens in Shaldon.
Meanwhile here’s a piece about one of the really intriguing sculptures called “Hiking on an Empty Stomach” by Malcolm Curley. The poem is simply called “The Hole Man”.
The Hole Man
I once met a man,
a man with a hole,
a hole in the place where his stomach should be.
The whole man marched,
he marched with a pole,
a pole to embrace his entirety.
Does the man have a heart?
Does the heart have a soul?
Is the soul in the space through which you can see?
He is recycled art
and this art has a role,
a role to persuade you to think differently.
art, role …..
all on the TRAIL at Teignmouth by sea.
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