Poetry of Ted Hughes

My fellow artist, MA peer and husband Alexis Rago has just received a couple of poetry books by Ted Hughes. Alexis particularly likes the Crow poems. Reading these poems prompted me to do some research on Ted Hughes’ psychology. I found this article containing a letter written by Hughes himself, offering first-hand insight.

I specifically shared the article with Dwa, my MA online peer whose area of interest is the inner child.

Taken last May, the header image (and below) is of a childlike, though adult, figure on a gravestone in the plague village of Eyam, Derbyshire, UK.

 

Meanwhile, I am working on the first post that begins a detailed explication of pictopoiesis.

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