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CROSSROADS AT TWILIGHT

I’ve been working a lot lately so haven’t been writing. There doesn’t seem to be anything to say. Ironic really as I’ve been in a dark hole, a transit space waiting for the world to light up and everything make … Continue reading

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Love Never Dies, It Just Changes Shape.

We are born, we live and we die. In between there lies love and pain and joy, but also events that are portals: points of initiation that transform us. As anyone who reads this blog may have noticed, I’ve been … Continue reading

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Ghosts

The house I lived in for 18 years had only one previous owner, a woman who settled there post war when the flats had been new built for those returning from the fighting. She never married or had children, and … Continue reading

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