Monthly Archives: April 2012

A Poem . . . because all droughts are now in room 101

  Once I was a bud.  Solid, tightly closed, safe Pip, heart, seed, in the centre hidden Beneath layers of ever-increasing budding growth Layers of outer softer growth Softening outwardly Secretly ever concealing and protecting my core Whilst being perfectly, … Continue reading

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1/2 Passing Through Reality & The Lost Estate

Twenty three years ago, I was in the most enchanting, magical first ever English production of Le Grand Meaulnes.  A translation of the beautiful French novel written by Alain Fournier.  1913 the last of the great romantics. I was at … Continue reading

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Room 101 & Plato Love

This one isn’t a me blog . . . I’m all out – writer’s drought.  Uninspired.  I’m  supposed to be doing assignments for university whilst multi-tasking life and her challenges.  I am no multi-tasker!  And occasionally in the dry humourous surfing of … Continue reading

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Allegorical personification of Hope: “Hope in a Prison of Despair” by Evelyn de Morgan A few blogs back I wrote Dying Gracefully. It was about a very special elderly lady who was coming to the end of her life.  I have visited this dear … Continue reading

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The Final Passion

Today I took my two little daughters to Trafalgar Square to watch  The Passion.   It is Good Friday.  It is God Friday. It was so very moving.  At one point my youngest daughter hid behind my back, she couldn’t … Continue reading

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