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Older and burnished but still tooting!

After half an hour tunneled into an ebook on my phone, I looked up from the vivid pictures that had been soaking my perception. I’d been depicting experiences and places from my youth and from more recent revelations, that have been stirringly characterised in the book “Notes from an Exhibition” by Patrick Gale. I looked […]

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Listen.. can u hear breathing?.. r u alive?

It’s been a while since I uttered some nonsense – that could be good be a good sign… then again… You won’t fly until you truly let go… you’ll not feel the song until you really hear it… you can’t stretch until you truly wake up… Easier said than done!? As Keats inferred, unheard melodies […]

A period of transition…

(Started April 2011 – see below) Update December 2016 Not such an easy task…    (an update on a previous post) I posted recently that after more than 5 years on reduced rigging, I am now again finally trying a fuller set of sails. For more than 5 years Citalopram has helped take the winds […]

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Where’s the fire!?

There was a man who invented the art of making fire. Hetook his tools and went to a tribe in the north, where it was verycold,  bitterly cold. He taught the people there to make fire. The people were  very interested. Heshowed them the uses to which they could put fire:  they could cook, couldkeep themselves […]