These four poems are from a group 'Saying it with Flowers' that makes imaginative connections between lives of plants and human actions.
The poems, in settings of fear and danger, inspired the composer David Loxley-Blounts's compostion DuoSet, four pieces for organ and solo instruments. The first performances took place at St Lawrence Jewry, Guildhall Yard, in the City of London, as part of a series of free lunchtime concerts on four Tuesdays in October 2016.
They are illustrated with linocuts by Emily Johns.
Looking For You
Frayed at the Edges
Wide Skies, Salt and Best Bitter