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Of geese and coffee cups #poem #poetry

I inhabit a space Between The Unknown And The Misunderstood. In a continuum Of blinks Only one matters. All past blinks are as one; All future blinks are but practice dreams. The one that matters Is the twitch of a … Continue reading

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In the Land of Grey and Pink

Or maybe yellow and pink; or green and pink. Pink anyway. The sun shone after a night of sporadic rain and the roses burst into an abundance of, er, every colour. But just as I’m taken by the pink I … Continue reading

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How does the garden groweth? #gardening #spring

I’ve had the urge, see. A real throbbing need, an itch to scratch.¬† It’s the garden and since¬†the weather has been warm and, thank heavens, wet today I’ve done a lot, even extending a gravel path and a bark path … Continue reading

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Shadows #poem #poetry

A year ago I posted this in response to a prompt based on a Munch painting ‘Moonlight’. I thought you might enjoy a reprise. My Life as a Shadow Most people would say I’m a saddo If I told the … Continue reading

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P is for Poetry #atozchallenge

For the last two years I’ve joined in the #atozchallenge, namely to post every weekday in April using each letter of the alphabet in turn. In 2015 it was places I’d been to, in 2016 it was London themed. This … Continue reading

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The Setley Plain Gibbet By Desmond Le Pard #poem #poetry

I thought I might post one of my Dad’s longer, epic poems about the New Forest, this one about a spot near to where we lived between Sway and Brockenhurst that I passed every day on the train to school. … Continue reading

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Dubious About Dubai, concluding and flying home #Dubai

The chance to use the metro – I like all sorts of trains, well at least once – and visit the Dubai museum seemed a perfect combo. We – the Lawyer, the Beautician and I – were meeting for lunch … Continue reading

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