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Blue Wine

When the sun shines directly overhead, sky and sea can merge, spilling mirages over the world. Everything then becomes lit with mystery and magic … A A BLUE WINE                                   the sea rests in my cup I drink salt and wait … Continue reading

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Song of Mary Magdalene

Easter Sunday coming up. But we have to get through the pain and grief of Good Friday first. It may not be the Christian Good Friday but we all go through suffering and pain at some time or other in … Continue reading

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The Skipping

At one time or another we all send stones skipping across waves, trying to see how many skips we can get. It’s fun and oddly relaxing, though there is often a competitive element, watching waves, counting the skips. It’s also … Continue reading

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The Appointment

Everyday brings its own worries, days when I haven’t the time  or energy to worry about other people as I am focused on my own concerns. It’s not a good place to be but I’m sure it happens to all … Continue reading

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By Rote

As a child I learned a lot by rote, mostly poems, but they have all vanished with the years. Now I have trouble remembering the list of what I need to do today … A BY ROTE does it matter … Continue reading

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3 Wind Haiku

March winds blow strong and wild. It’s great fun to be down along the shoreline when a storm comes through, waves build and crash, foam and sail-boards fly. Then there’s kite-flying and other excitements … **** grandson learns to fly … Continue reading

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The Man at the End of the Pew

I’m a crow when it comes to singing, though we have some excellent canaries in our family (real singers, in choir and out, and they know who they are, their voices a joy to hear), but the crows of the … Continue reading

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