Monthly Archives: July 2014

Butterflies

There’s a helicopter high in the blue above my afternoon garden. To its left is a cloud which looks heavy with rain. The aircraft chugs on into the distance The rain didn’t fall and I can only imagine how lovely … Continue reading

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Worry and Roses

Is it an evasion of my moral responsibility, for me not to do my best for the good in all situations?  I’ve been sitting in my summer garden, full of fret and anxiety. So much healing is needed, everywhere. There was a … Continue reading

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Midsummer

Midsummer. You can’t hold on to it. It’s already a week since the longest day. In youth you worry about the future. In old age I try to live in today. It’s always today. The evening air is sweetened by … Continue reading

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