Tarka Trail Poetry Pin

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Bike Hire
The Colour of the Paint
The Paddle Handed
Summer Rains
Biddeford station
The Atlantic Express Cafe
Iron hands
Dusk Moments
Sea Fever
Till Another Day
The Appledore Visitors
Low tide at Instow
Holiday Heaven
The Waves
Laps the Waves
A Warm August
Good People
Tweet of the day
The bright blue sky
Elvish Tricks
Our summer holiday
Tarka Trail
Cycling on the Tarka Trail
The Tarka Trail
A Day on the Tarka Trail
The Tickling Wind
Yorkshire Love
The Perfect Summers Day
Two smiley little sheps
Instow Cafe
Going Home
Six Wheeler
Fare Well
Blues in the sky
Gilliflower Apple at Bucks Meadow Orchard
Cages Kilns
Tide bound
The place
Claiming Space
Fading memories
Reality ?
1 Dinger Bell
Alas poor Dinger
Wide World Yonder
Flew like a top
As the Waves
The Rhyme
Till I see you again
Shall We Go Now
My Boat
Calling at Blue Skies
August 2018
As the Tide
All is peaceful
Collar Doves
To Clear
Tranquil and Picturesque
For Ollie
The Scandal!
Keels and Bones
The Gem of Devon
The Cycling Test
What a Day
What’s not to Love
The Sea
Poem Found and Lost
Heart attack!
Bells on the Bikes
A River
To Be Here Now
Everything and Nothing
Tea and Cake
The River Here ( at Fremington Quay)
The Fremington Scale
Would it be so . .
Twine or Whine?
Fremington Pill and Quay
The Place
Ruby Earings and Briar Berries
Devon air is built to last
Two pigeons on a mud hut sit
Pebbles Dashed
Sun on Skin
The Sea
Soldiers in a Row
My Little World
A Haiku
Ghost Trains
Tarka Saddles
Green and Gold
The Rushes at Kynoch's Foreshore
The Natural Rhythm of the Sea
Bow to Fremington
Fun Fun!
Seven Herons
Mobility Machine
To Remember
Fresh and New
The Water Seeps
Brooding Calm
Beans on Toast
Thistledown delight
Bench at Instow
The Tide is Low
Autumn plunge
Out of Sight
Pixie pares
Choice Poem
Sea Fever
High water
Perceived Burdens
The Snatcher
No pain in the rain
Tide is out
The was a man
My Heart
Kynoch's Foreshore Fun
Why be elsewhere?
The tide still comes
Thanks to the Quay
Through the night
From Somerset
Estuary View
What to do
As Summer Fades
That's what railways are made of part 1
That's what railways are made of part 2
Teddy Spread


The goal of Tarka Trail 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.

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