Poetry in Motion: Museums

I’m having fun with putting animation to poetry, so here is another that I’ve put together, something a little less complicated than before. I’m hoping to give you a proper long post of writing soon, but in the meantime, please enjoy!


The background photograph for this was taken at the Ashmolean in Oxford, England–a portrait of the author taken in the reflection of two merchant doors brought back by T.E. Lawrence.

This is my second attempt with something like this. What do you all think?

2 thoughts on “Poetry in Motion: Museums

  1. arianepeveto says:

    I really enjoy these poems in motion. Such a great use of a .gif format! And when you can’t read it aloud to your audience, it’s a pretty good idea to get the spacing and breaths in there. Very nicely done.


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