Monthly Archives: February 2010

The well wrought iron…

© All rights reserved   I love the intricacy of this picture; the shapes, the lines.  From the lower curve with its inbuilt arcs and swirls, to the upper fan of straight lines intersecting, this snapshot of the Eiffel Tower … Continue reading

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My Desert Island Book…

…would have to be Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte.  I first read it for my A Level English Literature course, two years of trepidation at the hands of a teacher who began our relationship with the observation that I’d failed to … Continue reading

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She, she, she shine on…

  © All rights reserved The Three Sisters, Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia.  I took this in the summer of 2007, in the midst of an amazing trip up Australia’s east coast, starting in Melbourne and ending in Port … Continue reading

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Waiting…

Waiting The Sunday lunchtime surge is over.Clearing crisp packet origamifrom parasoled tablesshe inhabits the limbo betweennow and when.Checking her watch she looks forwardand catches the wind. In a poltergeist momentthe glass in her hand fills with sand.Time did not stop.She … Continue reading

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Bright Eyes and beauty…

‘This is the first day of my life’ sings Conor Oberst…  From the delicate acoustic opening, to the final hopeful words bred out of previous failure (‘I mean I really think you like me’) this track is a thing of … Continue reading

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And so it begins…

My blog.  A place to write about poetry, books, music and other stuff…  A place to think…  A place… I’m not yet sure how this will turn out.  But it’s a new way of quenching my thirst. Hello.  Come right … Continue reading

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