Monthly Archives: December 2010

Snow business like …snow business

Snow falling like slow rain… plump pigeons perched in the tall branches of empty trees … and all the time, Christmas creeping closer with a rustle of paper and shimmering tinsel. It could be a cold old journey even to … Continue reading

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‘First Sight’ by Philip Larkin

‘First Sight’ by Philip Larkin Lambs that learn to walk in snow When their bleating clouds the air Meet a vast unwelcome, know Nothing but a sunless glare. Newly stumbling to and fro All they find, outside the fold, Is … Continue reading

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zebra stripes and tiger spots

snow outside, stripes indoors – on computer screen, which looks like a spaced-out rainbow. lively, but difficult to read through. Hoping for new graphics card – this is a known fault, it seems, and Apple repairs it. Great relief, having … Continue reading

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