Monthly Archives: July 2015

Turning

A lovely evening. The distant hills are clear to the sight. Acres of yellow-gold barley are lit by the westering sun. The year is turning again, towards harvest and planting,  and darkness, and the promise in my garden again, of … Continue reading

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Time Past – Undated

Love and Boiled Eggs I’ve been thinking about Old Kate. My mother used to call her that, though it wasn’t her real name. I never heard what it was. During the 1939-45 war and afterwards, every few weeks, there would … Continue reading

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