Kate’s “Brontë Stone” now part of the Yorkshire landscape

Bronte Stone

Kate’s contribution to the Brontë Stones project is now available to see on one of four carved Brontë Stones in the Yorkshire landscape. Kate’s poem is inscribed on natural rock in the Ogden Kirk area of the Yorkshire moors. The letter carving was carried out by Pip Hall, and maps of the various walks to see the stones are now available at the parsonage in Haworth. Kate’s poem, dedicated to Emily Brontë, reads:

She stands outside
A book in her hands
“Her name is Cathy”, she says
“I have carried her so far, so far
Along the unmarked road from our graves
I cannot reach this window
Open it, I pray.”
But his window is a door to a lonely world
That longs to play.
Ah Emily. Come in, come in and stay.

Hikers admire Kate's Bronte Stone

Kate's rock

Kate's stone

Kate's Brontë Stone

Bronte Walk maps

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Seán Twomey has been running the Kate Bush News & Information site since January 1998.
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2 Responses to Kate’s “Brontë Stone” now part of the Yorkshire landscape

  1. Gabi smith says:

    That pretty something big.. set in stone Kate’s beauitful words.

    Just so lovley words..

  2. V Featherstone says:

    I saw the stone today. It was lovely. I put a coin in the moss surrounding it. Thank you Kate. Val

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