Exeter Poetry Pin

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Notice of Abscence
Wolf in Exeter
360
360 deg
360
360 2.
360 part 4
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Broken Titles 3
Broken Titles 3
Modern break, part 4.
Me - Broken Titles
Broken titles 2
Girls With Fire
Broken titles 1.
Happy people
Life
Yeet
Funny guy
Happy people
Love liar.
Bad To The Core/Dear Waitrose
Bad To The Core/Dear Waitrose - Part 2
Bad To The Core/Dear Waitrose
Royal Clarence
Humble Flowers
Gandhi's Chakra
Cinders
Well over Half Way – Manifesto of a Middle Aged woman
Stones Throw
Mud slick tidal slack
Sounds at Topsham quay
View from the Stand
It's Always SJP For Me
A Touch of Lavender
Valentine
The Box
Words
Forgotten
Croc
The Impressionist
To My Son
Message in a bottle: Lost and Found Part 2
Message in a bottle: Lost and Found Part 8
Message in a bottle: List and Found Part 7
Message in a bottle: Lost and Found Part 6
Message in a bottle: Lost and Found Part 10
Message in a bottle: Lost and Found Part 4
Message in a bottle: Lost and Found Part 9
Message in a bottle: Lost and Found Part 1
Message in a bottle: Lost and Found Part 3
Messages in bottles: Lost and Found Part 5
Three Bags
Waiting
Café and Ice.
Mind the Gap
The Keepsake
Pont-Aven
Haze
Bird Flu
Questions Questions
Stolen 'arts
Worn faces
House with an itchy foot
The Traveller's rest
Harper's Lakes Haiku #1
Coffee haiku
Sound of the Trains
James Bankart
The City
John Webber & John Webber
The destroyed graveyard
Under the Earth
Buried
Stumbling stones
Lost
Cholera graveyard
Windslide
McGahey's
Three Gables
Spinning
In this weather my coat feels like a bin bag.
On a See-Saw, Alone
TRAMP-oline
Desecration on park grounds
I Lost Margret
Seasonal
Reality
Don't tell me I'm too old
Exbridge
Tree stump
Free stumped
British Homeless Stores
Text in Art
A day in the park
Inner child
Park Visitors
Pigeon
Waste
A Disappointing Ride on the Slide
The Flowered Fiend
Cold
Monk
Exe College A-level Poetry Pin Workshop
Bench
I like to come and watch the dogs
Park People
Park egde
Pompous Grass
The Trampolinity of Life
Why on earth do we have a statue of a colonialist
A winters lesson
Sidwell St
Devon Coffee
The Quay
The Bridge 2
The Helix
The Bridge
sounds heard in exmouth library 10/01/17 14:27 - 14:34
Sower Face
Flames Reach High, to Devour the Sky
Witches Rouge
Phoenix
The Library Wiff Waff
Church
Tangerine Cranes
History turns on a cinder
Bird song
Workshop poem
Who wants
Alien
The Sun is Shinning

Instructions

The goal of Exeter Poetry Pin is to share and discover poetry by walking with your device in a localised zone.

Each pin on the map represents a poem. The tall pins are locked poems, you cannot read them yet. Unlock a poem by walking within a short distance of the pin. The poem's title will appear in the "Unlocked Poems" list. Tap the title to read a poem.

To add your own poetry, tap the "Add Poem" button in the top right. Your device must have a data connection and you must be within the zone at the time of writing.