Tag Archives: childhood

Marking Autumn

The season of death The days are specked with amber, Golden stars line the ground, The birds no longer flock here, But their infants play amongst this autumn hue, The songs of spring have faded, To be replaced with winds … Continue reading

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Reflections on a Gift

A piece of material   She is a baby, Safe and secure, She sits on her mother’s back, She feels loved and supported, She’s taken out and given to another, The delicate red cloth, Alive with flowers, elephants and symbols, … Continue reading

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Inspiration from a shell

I haven’t blogged in a while, so I thought I’d post some short cinquains marking the appearance of sunshine for more than a few days here. I hope you enjoy! Seashell Home Worn, abandoned, Blowing, waiting, dancing, Seaside childhood adventures, … Continue reading

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Hasn’t the moon been lovely?

Every week, where possible, I try to have ‘me’ time, or what I like to cal,l ‘coffee shop time’. It involves reflecting on the week which has gone, setting goals for the coming week and creative writing. I wrote today’s … Continue reading

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If you go down to the woods today

This week I did a meditation session beside a lake and then went on a stroll through the woods, which is something I haven’t done in a while. The experience instantly evoked memories of my childhood, where on a summer’s … Continue reading

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