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Tegfa chapter 5

Chapter 5 Hywel Morgan crouched as still as a stone on the dew soaked turf. All around him smoky tendrils of mist swirled and flickered as the spring morning was born. Inside his head as always, he could hear the … Continue reading

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Through Rose Coloured Glasses…

Funny how the mind works isn’t it? Ask me what I did two days ago or where I left the very important piece of paper I had in my hand an hour ago and chances are you’ll receive not much … Continue reading

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Tegfa chapter 4

Chapter 4   The King Oak was the heart of Draenog Wood. It stood serene, older than the town of Tegfa but younger by far than the hills that formed Cerridwens Vale. It dreamed away season after season, year after … Continue reading

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Tegfa chapter 3

Chapter 3             On the cliff overlooking Tegfa stood the blind sentinel of The Old Lighthouse. Relieved of its former duties it no longer watched over the maritime traffic that once graced the shores of the surrounding coastline, instead it … Continue reading

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Tegfa chapter 2

2             It was almost midnight and the small main street of Tegfa twinkled like a Dickensian fantasy. With Christmas only days away the windows of the huddled little shops were decorated with swags of holly and mistletoe, real and … Continue reading

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Tegfa chapter 1

Tegfa               She was losing him.             He was slipping away as surely as the seasons, and there was nothing she could do. In the cold October wind Molly Lovell shivered and shrugged her coat closer. In its day … Continue reading

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A poem what I wrote

As the late great play-write Ernie Wise might have said, here is a poem what I wrote. It was meant to cheer up a friend who had reached her 50th birthday several years ago but instead made us both rather glum about … Continue reading

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