The gates of Heaven were open, quite
Unguarded, and unwired.
There was no sound of any gun;
The land was still and green:
Wide hills lay silent in the dun.
Blue valleys slept between.
They saw far off a little wood
Stand up against the sky.
Knee-deep in grass a great tree stood …
Some lazy cows went by …
There were some rooks sailed overhead –
And once a church-bell pealed.
The melodic words of a school master, Grenadier Guard and poet, T.P. Cameron Wilson, spoke to Nicola in a deep and profound way. Nicola’s interpretation offers a tranquil English countryside, with a poppy, whose petals begin to shed and disappear into infinity, forever floating upwards in the sky.
- Designer: Nicola Slaney
- Dimensions: H 35.00 x W 14.50 x D 1.50 cm
- Availability: Please allow up to 4 weeks for delivery
- Product Width14.50cm
- Product Height35.00cm
- Product Depth1.50cm
- Designer:Nicola Slaney
- Collection:Armistice Collection
- Design Window (Style):Broad Florals