Monthly Archives: June 2018

Going with the tide

  the Clwyd hills beckon on the horizon from the Dee the birdsong heralds the turning of the tide as we slip into darkness giving the Judas kiss to Cunedda to take Deva in his wake    

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following the dream

watching you closely, seeing you staring into your pages of distraction; head not lifting until your stop. I wait and dream; what could be. rising together, approaching the door; a momentary glance passes between us. you smile nervously, enveloped by … Continue reading

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Absence of life [For Dementia Week]

John met many people. Some days it was his daughter, even when she was still on the phone. Other days it was different folk Some were soldiers and some were children None of them said anything not to him or … Continue reading

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