Category Archives: miracles

I just have to tell somebody…

Today is a great day! I have received my first commission! Someone not only wants me to write some poems – they are willing to pay for them – that’s right – real money. If you could see me now … Continue reading

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Fish Pie is off dear…

The day after…once again I have ‘day after lag’. Yesterday I drove the furthest I have for probably 6 years, to Hailsham and back to celebrate my Mum’s 80th birthday. That I could do this at all is a minor … Continue reading

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End of Days

Think of the colour of dusk On a stormy February day- The bruised sky, pained, worn, drawn. That is the colour of your coma. Forget-me-never eyes Hidden beneath tissue thin Putty blue lids, quivering Shivering with who knows what dreams. … Continue reading

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Beginnings, middles and ends – not what you think…

Today I have been forced by events to think about births. And miracles. I am surrounded by friends celebrating imminent or new grandmother-ship. For most this has been as uneventful as such a wonderful event can be. Occasionally though, something … Continue reading

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