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sonnet … scales … moon

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spring … summer … autumn … winter
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I noticed this straight away

Posted on Wed, 05 Jan 2022

I noticed this straight away as I didn't recognise the Welsh of the title. I checked my dictionary, and, as I thought, it said Ynys Afallon (note the 'll', double 'l'!), but then I checked around and realised that  Ynys Wydryn is quite correct,...

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Posted in Ynys Wydryn (Glastonbury Tor)

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Comradeship and sharing — and

Posted on Tue, 04 Jan 2022

Comradeship and sharing — and with those who come in? Rhiannon

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Posted in Charity Shop Girls

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I was quite surprised from

Posted on Sun, 02 Jan 2022

I was quite surprised from the beginning at how you ended up making the decision to quit!

My mother had been brought up tee-total, and my father impressed on her there was nothing wrong with social drinking, so she did join him a bit for...

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Posted in Keeping Teeth and Kidneys for Beginners

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I enjoyed reading this too. I

Posted on Mon, 03 Jan 2022

I enjoyed reading this too. I take it that it is fiction, as it's labelled, but I started googling to see if it was true, as the understated detail made it seem quite likely! Well worked out and possible! Rhiannon

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Posted in A Tribute to a Formerly Unknown Artist

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It is amazing how some of the

Posted on Thu, 30 Dec 2021

It is amazing how some of the trees around here survive when you realise in the winter how festooned they are with mistletoe orbs as the tree leaves are lost. The orchards still seem to prodcue apples somehow. Rhiannon

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Posted in Mistletoe

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You have certainly tightened

Posted on Wed, 29 Dec 2021

You have certainly tightened up on this now, Paul. And the descritpion of the scene and feelings well handled and tender. Such visits should stir up good memories and hope, but it can be despressing if there is little to point well back, notr...

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Posted in In Memoriam

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I was a bit puzzled by your

Posted on Tue, 28 Dec 2021

I was a bit puzzled by your last line, and then realised it was the darkness of carbon on paper being able to form pictures or words over the clean sheet?! Rhiannon (at first I thiought you had gone back to Day 2 and B of the other) I'm afraid I...

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Posted in BBBB

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A lovely rhythmic ode to the

Posted on Tue, 28 Dec 2021

A lovely rhythmic ode to the traditional chipbag! Whichever is your favourite source! My son was in a youth group ages ago where a regular event was testing the chippie bags that had been collected around town anonymously to decide the best in...

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Posted in The Chips at Twerton Park

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A hard letter! but you've got

Posted on Sat, 25 Dec 2021

A hard letter! but you've got some good and unusual ideas.

I hadn't written anything down before, but had been pondering and was about to! I had come to the conclusion it was about the rest (Zzz) between Christmas visits, and the second...

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Posted in Z is for Zing

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I suppose sometimes the logs

Posted on Thu, 23 Dec 2021

I suppose sometimes the logs were trees blown down in winter winds? We have a yew tree that started s a little self-seeding sapling, but has grown quite a big bush, and we now have to keep it from getting too big! Rhiannon

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Posted in Y is for Yule log and Yew

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