Collonade


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Collonade

 series of columns, 1718; row of trees or pillars, or other objects, as elms, 1830; chestnut trees, 1784.
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To and fro I paced before this skeleton --brushed the vines aside --broke through the ribs --and with a ball of Arsacidean twine, wandered, eddied long amid its many winding, shaded collonades and arbors.
Queens Boulevard was the second leg of a Sligo double for Willie Mullins, initiated by Cool Collonade in the opener.
"ey used Collonade, Chantry Row, and they also used the Quayside and the swimming-pool - so we had to turn the heating back on for that."
Soos James Mathew Wilson in sy essay "Our steps amid a ruined collonade: Expansive poetry and its discontents" aandui, is daar sedert die 1980's gepoog om opnuut veld te wen vir die poesie nadat dit volgens die mening van sommiges inhoudelik en tegnies deur die intussen ortodokse vrye vers leeggebloei het.
* THEN AND NOW: The collonade pictured recently (left) and the section of the old photograph of Marton Hall (above)