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Heart-felt 'worship'?

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] “Worship” can be worthless noise in God’s ears; he will despise ostentatious singing vain, just lip-service...
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Black Taff – FreshTaff

early 1980s On the bridge high over the river Taff a little girl drops her hankie, by mistake – down, down – it floats ahead (no Pooh-sticks...

A question for the accusers

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] To Jesus they brought this one they had caught in breaking the law – Christ came to restore those sorry for...

Playing with a box …

The children found a box on the ground, sealed, and bound with tape. ‘What could be inside it? What could be concealed?’ They wondered, imagined...

Dear Dad … 3)

(For the third of these letters, I had been working on trying to explain some of the moral pressures and changes of 50 years on, but not an easy topic, but, prompted by the current IP, I thought I should persevere.)
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I suppose because you only

Posted on Thu, 15 Aug 2019

I suppose because you only mentioned wind destruction, and not fire at all, we didn't make that connection before. ? Rhiannon

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Posted in airmail from the amazon (august 2018)

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Di, have you retitled this in

Posted on Thu, 15 Aug 2019

Di, have you retitled this in the light of the current horrendous fires in the Amazon basin?

Somehow it makes quite a different reference for it, before it seemed to speak of the simple normal British autumn creeping in, but now of that...

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Posted in airmail from the amazon (august 2018)

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Interesting. The longing to

Posted on Tue, 20 Aug 2019

Interesting. The longing to be able to start again, clean slate, but the awareness that it would soon have the same or similar mistakes, and not really keen to face the same battles to try to make something despite the failures and frustrations....

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Posted in Morning

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As Insert said, lovely,

Posted on Thu, 15 Aug 2019

As Insert said, lovely, though I'm wonderfing all that is in your mind re the wind. – It is soon going to remove much of the green we see,

or are you thinking of the future of ourselves, or the world? Wind is often used as metaphor for the...

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Posted in airmail from the amazon (august 2018)

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Interesting to follow your

Posted on Tue, 13 Aug 2019

Interesting to follow your musings, and read so well. Rhiannon

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Posted in "It was the Daisy...."

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You have managed to capture

Posted on Wed, 07 Aug 2019

You have managed to capture the remoteness and wild bleakness of the area, while also bringing attention to the life of the intertidal estuary itself and the birdlife and song of the rushy edges. Thank you. Rhiannon

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Posted in Tentacled Lagoon Worm

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I liked this too, Richard.

Posted on Thu, 08 Aug 2019

I liked this too, Richard. The scene now, and the description of the crawling, shooting-up legs, and then their owners looking back, as you are now. Rhiannon

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Posted in The Porch

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I enjoyed the vivid scene

Posted on Wed, 07 Aug 2019

I enjoyed the vivid scene created. The last phrase seemed to fit the picture of the ocean fiercly slapping and pounding the shore, while the movement of crustaceans seems a still, slow quiet contrast! Rhiannon

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Posted in This Tide of Ocean

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Interesting compact

Posted on Thu, 01 Aug 2019

Interesting compact composition poetically and biologically! Rhiannon

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Posted in Rubatosis

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Neat! and reminiscent of

Posted on Thu, 01 Aug 2019

Neat! and reminiscent of other tangles of beaurocracy and paperwork these days! My father-in-law used to be pleased to say how he hadn't got a passport, had never had a driving licence,and now lived with us so didn't have any utility bills, and...

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Posted in Stateless in New York

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