Monthly Archives: November 2011


An edited version of this piece was printed in the October issue of Enchanted magazine,  a publication which explores all aspects of spirituality. The rhyme says one for sorrow but whenever I see a magpie my heart jumps for joy. … Continue reading

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The Sun Sharers

A difficult blog to write this week, as I don’t like criticizing others, but one I feel moved to do. I recently picked up a book from the library called The Sun Sharers by Jack George Edmunson. I’ve never heard of the … Continue reading

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Blue Remembered Hills?

The task set for November by The Tynewydd Writer’s Group was a piece about memories; November just seems to be that kind of month. The Celtic New Year begins and the old one relinquishes its hold. All endings are beginnings; … Continue reading

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The Horses

It’s been the oddest of weeks, I couldn’t even begin to explain it so instead of my usual musings I decided to post one of my shorter pieces; I’m very fond of it but placing things these days is sometimes … Continue reading

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