"The Prose Poem" by Campbell McGrath

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A digital curation-like project of "The Prose Poem" by Campbell McGrath. This project is aimed at taking the reader on a visual journey that ultimately blurs the line between literature and media. #Lit304E #ELNM Check out my blog post on this project: http://tiffanyrragsdale.wordpress.com/2014/02/24/digital-project-the-prose-poem/

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"To the left a cornfield carries into the distance, dips and rises to the blue sky, a rolling plain of green and healthy plants aligned in close order, row upon row upon row.

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"You've passed this way yourself many times, and can tell me, if you would, do the formal fields end where the valley begins, or does everything that surrounds us emerge from its embrace?

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Geographical layout.

Geographical layout.

"On the map it is precise and rectilinear as a chessboard, though driving past you would hardly notice it, this boundary line or ragged margin, a shallow swale that cups a simple trickle of water, less rill than rivulet, more gully than dell, a tangled ditch grown up throughout with a fearsome assortment of wildflowers and bracken." Shallow, Wildflowers, Tangled, Poem, Vineyard, Literature, Cups, About Me Blog, Country Roads

"On the map it is precise and rectilinear as a chessboard, though driving past you would hardly notice it, this boundary line or ragged margin, a shallow swale that cups a simple trickle of water, less rill than rivulet, more gully than dell, a tangled ditch grown up throughout with a fearsome assortment of wildflowers and bracken."

"There is no fence, though here and there a weathered post asserts a former claim, strands of fallen wire taken by the dust.

"There is no fence, though here and there a weathered post asserts a former claim, strands of fallen wire taken by the dust."

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here a pair of dirty hands.

there a pair of dirty hands.

Farmers hands holding corn seeds

Old farmers dirty hands holding his golden corn after harvest

Vietnam Agriculture and Development

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A farmer's hands in Hanoi, Vietnam.

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"What happens in the gully between them is no concern of theirs, they say, so long as the plough stays out, the weeds stay in the ditch where they belong. Gulf Of Mexico, Poem, About Me Blog, Country Roads, Journey, Shit Happens, Verses, Poems

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EWG testifies before the Mississippi River/Gulf of Mexico Watershed Nutrient Task Force that farm run-off in the Mississippi River Basin expands the Gulf of Mexico “dead zone.”

Meeting Southern Cross in the Stirling Range – Flower of Life Kinesiology

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"What grows in that place is possessed of a beauty all its own, ramshackle and unexpected, even in winter, when the wind hangs icicles from the skeletons of briars and small tracks cross the snow in search of forgotten grain.

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