In the Garden of Absence

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Poetry / short verse / haiku In the Garden of Absence takes you on a journey echoing the author’s childhood. Yet it does so in the context of adult concerns, uncertainties, and anxieties—as well as pleasures. This book explores the existential fear of loneliness, the many facets of absence, and glimpses a path towards bearing absence and being creatively alone.

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Kettles Yard, Cambridge

Explore Holly Pamela Hossack's photos on Flickr. Holly Pamela Hossack has uploaded 63 photos to Flickr.

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How extreme isolation warps the mind

When people are isolated from human contact, their mind can do some truly bizarre things, says Michael Bond. Why does this happen?

Japan's Children's Day is the idea behind my tattoo, where families fly koi flags/kites in front of their homes to represent their family. Each family member is represented by a different color koi; black for dad, red for mom, blue for son, pink for girls Boys Day, Child Day, Neko Cat, Maneki Neko, Carpe Coi, Asian Tattoos, Loyal Dogs, Asian Home Decor, Animals

DIY Life

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A New Documentary Reveals the Struggles That Shaped Paula Rego’s Work artnet News spoke to the artist and her son, Nick Willing, who directed the film. All About My Mother, To My Mother, Short Verses, Cindy Sherman, Tate Britain, Galleries In London, David Hockney, Fine Art, Artists Like

All about my mother: the demons of Paula Rego – by her son

Nick Willing grew up feeling excluded by his mother’s passion for art. Now she has let him into her life for a brutally honest BBC film about the depression that almost killed her – and the self-portraits she made to survive

In an increasingly globalised economy and culturally diverse country, a new report from King's College London and NCS reveals a 'concerning' lack of social integration and level of loneliness amongst the next generation of young people, which. Short Verses, Social Integration, Life Satisfaction, Moving To The Uk, Lonliness, Service Learning, Meeting New People, Young People, The Guardian

Loneliness: a silent plague that is hurting young people most

For young Britons, loneliness is an epidemic – and they are even more likely to fall victim to its insidious dangers than the elderly. Natalie Gil reports

Mail art is a wonderfully weird movement that can take many forms. Peter Liversidge’s interpretation - as you can see from the above photo - is unique and rather abstract. Systems Art, Fluxus, Traditional Paintings, Elements Of Art, Arts And Entertainment, Mail Art, Various Artists, People Around The World, Artist At Work

This artist sends unwrapped items covered in stamps to people around the world

'The first thing I ever sent was a piece of toast when I was 11'

A Salvador Dali sculpture entitled Lobster Telephone made in 1936 is seen on display at the Tate Modern art gallery, London Sigmund Freud, Freud Frases, Tate Modern Art, Surrealism, Salvador Dali, Telephone, Sculpture, Art Gallery, Display

Sigmund Freud: The phrases you use without realising it

Words and phrases popularised by Sigmund Freud are ingrained in everyday language - how did Freudian jargon become so widespread?

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News 28 April 2011

Wonderful news! One of my haiku, ‘Chrysalis,’ was highlighted in issue 17 of Haikuverse, in Melissa Allen’s Red Dragonfly. Honored indeed to be included alongside, well, I don’t even dare mention names… you have to go and read for yourselves. Melissa Allen’s blog is a must read if you are interested in Haiku, Haibun, Haiga…

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Yohaku no bi: The Beauty of Empty Space — Seattle Japanese Garden

White spaces can be profoundly beautiful; full of mystery and promise, a reminder of the infinite potential that dwells within nature--and each of us.

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Britain has been voted the loneliness capital of Europe

Not only can loneliness lead to mental-health issues but studies proved that it can also be more dangerous than obesity and smoking