Exeter Poetry Pin

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

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.