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The End of a Brighter November Day

Long shadows, low glinting golden winter evening sunshine …

Aquaintanceship

Are they as you think – are you as they imagine? …

Purpose

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] You youth who feel life meaningless – told chance rules all, no grace to bless, and crumbling morals brings distress – such lies can easily depress. You know that …

Muck-raking, digging

Self-gratifying, partying … but casual, thoughtless follies can rebound … stones thrown to shame, by those uninnocent … enjoy humiliation of another?

Fast Forward …

Dashing through the countryside, fastest laid-back earth-bound ride, closing up the gaps between towns far-flung from where it’s been …
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I like what you have written

Posted on Tue, 03 Nov 2015

I like what you have written about the false glitz and warmth at Christmas, the wearying distractions to true delight and happiness, satisfying service, and worship.

The early part also made me think of 'when the time had fully come, God...

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Posted in The Image Of The Christ Child

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Pleasant companionship

Posted on Tue, 03 Nov 2015

Pleasant companionship warming the hard seasons. Interesting interjection of the respite in winter from summer labours. Rhiannon

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Posted in Novemberesque

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gives the feeling of no-one

Posted on Wed, 28 Oct 2015

gives the feeling of no-one to remember and grieve him, memory of him blown away. Sad. Rhiannon

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Posted in 'Incident on the Line'

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This did make me think, Tina,

Posted on Tue, 27 Oct 2015

This did make me think, Tina, of so many who feel the loss of a daughter or son of whom they never had good memories, a loss double. Memories so sweet must hurt so much, but you wouldn't have not had them, I'm sure.

I did so like the last...

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Posted in Baobabs and Bedouins

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This is very effective. The

Posted on Sat, 24 Oct 2015

This is very effective. The early part and the contrast.

If it is how you are feeling now, I would say, Seek out that music of heart again! Personally, of course,  I would pray, and read God's love letter (the Bible) to me when feeling...

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Posted in Silence in my heart

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This reminded me somehow

Posted on Fri, 23 Oct 2015

This reminded me somehow about the book of Ecclesiastes, where the imperfectness of everything, incompleteness in this life is shown. I think maybe I'll have to come back to this, there's so much there, so many different metaphors to think about...

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Posted in Who am I?

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bit of fun, quirky. Dreamy

Posted on Wed, 21 Oct 2015

bit of fun, quirky. Dreamy view, then the slog (reinvigorated?) Rhiannon

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Posted in Monday Night

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I liked this too, though I

Posted on Wed, 21 Oct 2015

I liked this too, though I also thought you might think of a  stronger climax line. The last but one seems to balance the third - disjointedness and then your world coming together, presumably a sense of things making sense, fitting together,...

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Posted in discord to harmony (revised)

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Not easy to show friendship

Posted on Wed, 14 Oct 2015

Not easy to show friendship when someone is wanting to withdraw to private memories, but to show affection, and will be there when conversation wanted? Rhiannon

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Posted in Where the Seabirds Fly

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You seem to have captured

Posted on Mon, 12 Oct 2015

You seem to have captured something of that strange feeling of convalesence (salt on the arm!), when the mind (and body) is not working quite normally yet (slight temperature still, perhaps), and trying to come to terms with life again. The sight...

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Posted in Reflections

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