The Spring edition of The High Window features two poems by Iris Anne Lewis.
The first poem The Woman of Dolní Vestonice was inspired by a remarkable figurine found in a paleolithic settlement in the Czech Republic. Some thirty thousand years old, it is one of the oldest ceramic items known.
Much closer to home, the second poem, Down Ampney, explores the history of this small village near Cirencester.
You can read the poems here