British Museum, by Britta Benson

The first of my three haiku on history has been published on Whispers & Echoes today. Please check out this online journal for short writing. (https://whispersandechoesmag.home.blog/2022/10/03/british-museum-britta-benson/) British Museum Rooms burst with gold, stone. Pasts: found, bought, stolen, gifted. Confused ancestors.

What if, by Britta Benson

I went to the British Museum today. In it, lots of artefacts and pieces that were ‘acquired’, stolen, a long time ago, and never returned. Like the Hoa Hakananai’a figure from the Easter Island you can see in the picture. What if What if you’re put where you don’t belong? You, stone, got no choiceContinue reading “What if, by Britta Benson”

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