Monthly Archives: July 2012

Jaggling Spaces

From jagged spaces, what voice emerges? Today, the weather in-between winter and spring, sunny, cold, warm, cloudy, edged with contrasts. The ground moist yet quick to dry. Clothes drying in the wind, drenched by a sudden, insistent shower, soon nearly … Continue reading

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Trailing Stories

Whatever we think ripples out into the universe. Just as the sea surges over rocks and streams and tumbles back into the ocean, trailing reminders of its journey. So too our thoughts, the out and back in, the times when … Continue reading

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Ripples of Light

It’s cold, just now, as the evening starts its piquant quiet roll into the quickening of night. Even the clouds are first crisp, then wispy, rippling into pink, lilac, the greying dark. One reminds me of petroglyphs in the US … Continue reading

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Journeys by foot

I’ve just started reading Robert MacFarlane’s book, The Old Ways : a journey on foot. It’s one of those books that I can read only in stages, not because it’s heavy going, but because I want to savour the thoughts … Continue reading

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