Monthly Archives: October 2015

Fire and Hemlock, by Diana Wynne Jones

 Fire and Hemlock, by Diana Wynne Jones “Polly sighed and laid her book face down on her bed. She rather thought she had read it after all, some time ago. Before she swung her feet across to get on with … Continue reading

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broken words for sale

bad with the good because without badness there would never be any good relatively then we dolls would cease to exist cuz our very molecules run on that balance relatively, for its purpose, relatively absolutely, we aren’t even real, so none of … Continue reading

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kites

Broken kites skimming the trees, from above they look like cake- all frosted with those delicious irregular lumps that aunt shouldn’t have put in-Giant brokenness in the sky, with golden wheels and a bent scraggly dead tree-  its rider- We … Continue reading

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the walls between our gardens

If only we knew the walls between our gardens If only we knew how to walk on them like we used to, and meet on them,like we once did Why, oh why, did we forget?  

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Nemesis, by Agatha Christie

Nemesis, by Agatha Christie. “A very nice, peaceful day it was,” said Miss Marple.”I enjoyed it very much. Tomorrow I would like to go out and look again at that mass of white flowers coming into bloom at the end … Continue reading

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