This collection of John Clare's poems is centred on a tightly-focused area and perspective over the course of a year, providing an interesting study into chronotropic variation as directed through the representation of the temporally cyclical nature of the seasons. Each of the twelve poems offers discrete narratives, but together they create a nostalgic account of a past time deeply missed. Thoughts frequently stray to metaphysical considerations, showing a shift from the spatial towards the temporal as the collection progresses that perhaps echoes broader mortal concerns as one ages  – hence the inclusion in this spatial type. Each of the three visualisations generates a different central frame that guides the reading of the spatial build, aptly demonstrating the flexibility and utility of the topological model.