Tag Archives: water

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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The Grammar of Rain

It’s October and we’re into the rainy season. I longed for it all summer (we had no rain for four months) and by December I’ll be wondering when it will stop, with the rest of the winter to get through … Continue reading

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Faint on the Sky

Evenings at this time of year can be magic. We are framed in stillness,listening to sounds of birds settling, watching the swift change of light, aware of the quiet earth … FAINT ON THE SKY a whisper of sound passes … Continue reading

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Dawn at the Lake

I was at a writers’ retreat some years ago and, being awake early, was blessed by seeing the changing light; it seemed like magic. I’ve never forgotten, and it’s taken years to put into words … DAWN AT THE LAKE … Continue reading

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The Things I Leave my Grandchild

Grandchildren are so very special. We all want the absolute best for them, now, and in the future. I was considering what I would like to give any one of my grandchildren and came up with this list, you might … Continue reading

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Moon Haiku

We’ve just passed the Summer Solstice and are, slowly, moving towards Fall. It’s the time when we relish the heat, check night skies, and watch the changes of sun and moon; stars are brilliant, and the moon … A A … Continue reading

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Waterfall

Mostly we see waterfalls from the outside, rarely do we get behind them, and what do we see when we do? For me there’s mystery, the chance of catching a glimpse of the imaginary lands of childhood, mystery, magic … … Continue reading

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