SNOW. BARK. 1979.


Dunsyre: Wild Hawthorn Press, n.d. (1979)
5.5 x 13.5cm, 1pp blue on white card. The words Snow and Bark are both given definitions with on the left hand side the order being Snow then Bark. That combination of the words and definitions together conjure up an image of a white boat (possibly in snowy weather). On the right when reversed (so that the words read Bark then Snow) then the image is of a different ship – a wooden boat.
Both snow and bark can be names of types of boats.
A typical Finlay word picture – a poem created by combinations of double meanings. VG+.

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