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The After Image

Just recently I discovered a great-aunt, Georgiana Houghton, who was an artist and is now becoming well-known. She lived in the late 19th century, and her paintings are incredible, I’ve posted one here … A THE AFTER IMAGE                                        celebrate the … Continue reading

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The Spinet

New! ‘A BEDROOM OF SEARCHLIGHTS‘: poetry, being launched on May 26 at the Mill Bay Library as part of the ‘Author Appreciation Night’. This collection draws a picture of the poet’s divorced mother, an artist with two children, who struggled … Continue reading

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We pass on to our children and grandchildren parts of who we are, face, eyebrow, the way we walk. It’s fascinating to me to see who carries a likeness, and in what way … HERITAGE hand-prints like mine                        on the … Continue reading

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Spring Senryu

The sounds of spring are as varied as music: birds, joggers, wind in lilac, lawn-mowers, click of cameras. There are lots more, listen and count the variety of sounds; here are a few  … A A short lengths     … Continue reading

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The Yellow Crayon

Anytime is good to send the imagination winging in every possible direction and nothing is what is seems, even ordinary things have a gift beyond themselves, anything can be something else … … A A THE YELLOW CRAYON                                    the child … Continue reading

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