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Arrival – Evening Wander

[04/05/19 North Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, Trefin] Evening golden sunlight, sharp keen sea wind, wander down to the cliff path … : refreshed.
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Symphony of green

Driving westwards, symphony of green – hillsides’ soothing concert chorus of the spring: fresh foliage unfurling in fragile hues, bronzings (maybe...

Certainty of Hope

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] To God, Source of hope, gladly singing – he promises, capably bringing real hope for the hopeless, releasing...

Colours for Kids 8)

Grey school trousers, skirts and socks, grey rain clouds, and seaside rocks, grey knives and forks, and grandad’s hair, roads and pavements...
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I wish you were here … or do I?

I wish you were with me to cheer. … But I’m glad you’re not here when we see…
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425 of my comments have received 429 Great Feedback votes

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How ridiculous, and how sad!

Posted on Thu, 04 Apr 2019

How ridiculous, and how sad! If they only realised that the cross is not only true, but representing a loving sacrifice being offered to all, however diverse they feel. And of such a more far-reaching gift than a chick, daffodil or chocolate egg...

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Posted in Happy Easter.

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and the essence of the full

Posted on Fri, 05 Apr 2019

and the essence of the full hopping 'word' there in the tiny 'dot' already! Enjoyed your description, as you must have enjoyed wagtching! Rhiannon

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Posted in pondering

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Very rich.The growth and

Posted on Thu, 04 Apr 2019

Very rich.The growth and colours increasing, returning. 

I liked the first verse especially, with the comparison of the pollened willow catkins to his stars . and Sun-coin's cloud-pursed

Still mulling over the syrup and...

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Posted in First Walk Of April

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agree with the other two

Posted on Thu, 28 Mar 2019

agree with the other two comments, a privilege to have experiened the sight and escape from time and chore with you!  I especially liked 'wheeling wings flashing, never crashing, like glitter in a snow globe shook'

Rhiannon

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Posted in herring gull gallantry

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Well, at least it seems to

Posted on Wed, 27 Mar 2019

Well, at least it seems to blend in with some other colours in the sunset and flame and give a warming glow. (Actually if you want to be leagalisitc I expect you shouldn't have mentioned a second colour!). I was struggling with doing 'orange' in...

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Posted in Orange

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To speak out when right and

Posted on Sat, 23 Mar 2019

To speak out when right and necessary with honour but not malice is not easy, but much more productive. Rhiannon

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Posted in I WAS BORN

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Oh, I enjoyed this too, Di!

Posted on Fri, 22 Mar 2019

Oh, I enjoyed this too, Di! There is something so bright about gorse's yellow, if you bother to get close. And almost always has some flowers, and sometimes a great mass shining in the sun. You even bring out the scent and softness (such a...

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Posted in gorse

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Thank you, Richard. I had

Posted on Wed, 20 Mar 2019

Thank you, Richard. I had seen it, but hadn't decided on a suitable reply! I hope to print it out very big, and take it to her soon. I hope it will touch her spirit when worried muddled up memories feel overwhelming, and help her to let go, and...

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Posted in A Poem for Eleanor

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That's a lovely picture of

Posted on Sun, 17 Mar 2019

That's a lovely picture of memories.

I have a mother-in-law in a nursing home who is troubled a lot by troubled dreams, which seem to have their roots in a life of fears and worries and anger that she suppressed and now has partially...

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Posted in This Older Man

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It's quite fun to play around

Posted on Tue, 12 Mar 2019

It's quite fun to play around with rhymes in this way, isn't it? Not to make them too lumpy, and try to see how they help to keep a rhythm going. I liked the 'blob'! And you've brought in a lot about the feelings of the situation. The form does...

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Posted in Last Week I Lost My Job (Rimus Dissolutas)

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