Join me every day this December. #RewildTheMundane and/or #ReMundaneTheWild Day Three. NOTE: NO WILD THINGS MUST DIE IN THESE SCENARIOS. I look forward to your draft poetry/short fiction/visual images. Go leftfield and imagine a kettle as a wild animal or plant, imagine a wild animal or plant as a kettle, or other domestic object, or task. Email me or add your contribution to this link.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leftfield Questions

How is a badger like a  kettle?

What mundane task would a living badgerdo in a home?

How would a kettle be rewilded?

2 thoughts on “Join me every day this December. #RewildTheMundane and/or #ReMundaneTheWild Day Three. NOTE: NO WILD THINGS MUST DIE IN THESE SCENARIOS. I look forward to your draft poetry/short fiction/visual images. Go leftfield and imagine a kettle as a wild animal or plant, imagine a wild animal or plant as a kettle, or other domestic object, or task. Email me or add your contribution to this link.

  1. These steely grey powerful kettles
    with their black and white striped heads
    are exceedingly houseproud. Quiet
    and efficient they have been known
    to play a tune on the hob but generally
    they settle in one place away from latrines
    guaranteeing an un-contaminated cuppa.
    By law you must never disturb kettles
    but we have a contractual duty to say
    that you may be forced to protect them
    from the boiling mad out for a quick cull.

    Oh, and they eat teatowels……

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