Since revealing David Crosby provided the sperm to conceive their children Bailey and Beckett, Etheridge and her ex wife Julie Cypher have largely kept their children out of the spotlight aside from a few humorous family anecdotes shared in interviews. As such, most of the details about Beckett’s struggle with opioid addiction were not highly publicized prior to his death. Still, it’s a struggle that’s all too familiar..
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Picrure: Allan Sewell/Plantation Garden Preservation TrustThe daunting task of clearing the neglected jungle began later in 1980 and soon made progress especially around the fountain which is the iconic structure in the garden.A report at the time said: “We have removed several hundred sycamore trees and yards of ivy. The bones of the garden are revealed and many more trees are planted.”The key information came from the auction particulars of 1897 soon after the death of the original owner cabinet maker Henry Taylor and the 1883 map of the city gave a clear outline of structures, paths and some of the beds.Roger says the clear intention since 1980 has been to preserve as much as possible of the site while respecting the final design at the death of the owner. He had taken a 99 year lease in 1855 and built his house next to what was a deep and steep chalk pit, almost in open country but with the city jail (now St John’s Cathedral) as his neighbour.The Plantation Garden today.
This poem tells a story of two worlds. On one side there is the mightiest of mountains (koh e buland) the symbol of hefty architecture of modern civilisation. On the other, there is the underworld pointing to repressed, stifled, marginalised, nasty, mephitic nature.Poetry not only raises a voice for nature but also adulates it to the point of deification.
The story opens in 1990 in Wolverhampton, a city in the English West Midlands. Johanna Morrigan is 14 years old and knows there has to be more to life than her small existence now offers. Her father is an unemployed would be rock star, her mother is suffering from depression and young Johanna has more childcare duties (she has two brothers and there are twin babies to care for, too) and financial worries than a teenager should have to take on.