Monthly Archives: March 2012

Time Past – 19

JULY 23, 2008 (Revised Aug 31, 2010) It grows wild in the crannies of old stone walls, Herb Robert, clinging to the crumbled gaps, Pink against the grey. It grows wild on cliffs and estuary banks, The red valerian, its gossamer … Continue reading

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Swastikas and Daisies

This blog has has looked wherever it can for hope, for beauty and for resolution of the many disharmonies in our individual lives and in the fragment of the wider world which touches on us. OK, I may sound like … Continue reading

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Sand and Salvation

We didn’t go to the sea, Mrs Llew and I. We weren’t well enough. In some ways I’m not disappointed. It would have been a big expedition, for us. As we grow older our horizons shrink. But not the horizons … Continue reading

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By the Riverside

I shall be off line for a few days -am planning to spend a few days by the sea. At risk of parodying myself, I am enjoying the blue windflowers which have self-sown in our gardens, back and front. The … Continue reading

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Passing By

Strange to think that this river wound through these water meadows when a small monastery was built above its banks 800 years ago.  From a bridge I looked down into the water. Two small girls parked their scooters and leant over … Continue reading

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Light Enough?

I checked the front door. Had I locked it? No. I stepped out into the night air – it was softly spiced with woodsmoke. Whisps of cloud drifted over the moon. It was a time of rest and refreshment, after a … Continue reading

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Music and Dreams

New perspectives appear daily,as Mrs Llew and I read her old diaries,  not only on our recent past – i.e. the last 10 years,  but on the past 50 years.And this crosses over into our dreams as well. Life events … Continue reading

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