Juliet Wilson is a British poet and environmentalist who lived in Edinburgh. This poem is a good example of her concern and anguish over the destruction of the enviroment.
Who is being addressed in the poem-- who is 'you'? Are they present, or even alive?
There are two dances mentioned in the first stanza. Which are they? What does each of them represent?
What is left of the cranes which used to dance in the fields? Do the words 'all that remain' indicate that a lot remains or that very little remains? What is the condition of what remains?
Who views/listen to the poor-quality audio/video material? How do they react to do it? Is there a big contrast between their reaction and the speaker's?