Monthly Archives: April 2018

Almost The Same Poem, Yet This Time More Attuned To The Image

Yesterday the imagery came first. The poem needed little or no adaption to work. But it wasn’t the truth, the synchronicity was missing. So today I revert to the originals. I hope that you can see that there is a difference. … Continue reading

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Eight Years Before, Though Deeper Into Summer

The photographs are of Loch Leven, in August time. We found this by chance, heading South West back down to Lincolnshire. The tranquillity was breathtaking, imagine to be the fisherman. Sat on driftwood Beside a loch Happy to splash With the … Continue reading

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All Thanks to the Mindful Movement of Meditation

Because afternoon meditation was moved, my week-plan showed photography for this afternoon; actually, it showed washing, ironing and photography, but because we have been away I’m pretty much up to date on the other two. The weather was sketchy to say the … Continue reading

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Twelve​ Weeks on the Artist’s Way​

On Monday past the 84th day of Morning Words was completed. Such was its impact that, on Sunday next, I will commence another 84 days. Julia Cameron invited me, via her book of instructions, to discover more about myself. This … Continue reading

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