There are only a few of Sandra Ridley’s poems left in the grove; her poems were in the farthest row (west), tucked into nut bushes which I haven’t as yet identified. Some were more exposed, placed in empty placards which fronted absent trees or trees that were diminished somewhat by fungus or exposure or animal chews.
I found one of her poems windswept toward the last remaining poem of derek beaulieu‘s here.
And I recently found another had been discovered, chewed, and, in another area, spit out. What remained formed another poem, quite lovely: