Tag Archives: Prose

The Rapunzel Tower

Stuck in the frustrating Rapunzel tower Going round and round over the same ground Fighting the interactions of a fractious mind I find I’ve found lost resolve But cannot solve the mystery Can’t bring it to pass Can’t make it … Continue reading

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With Josiah’s imagination:

Inspired by the quarry. A Young Smuggler’s Night I was ten years old when my Father took me on my first smuggle.  It was a cold October’s night.  Up the steep track went the little golf buggy engine roaring like … Continue reading

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And Now For Some Narrative:

A Topsy Tuesday All the children are in their beds, it’s past eight o’clock, so I snuggle close to the fire.  It means moving Grandad’s chair.  I absorb the heat of good windfall wood and reflect with warmth a funny … Continue reading

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