Monthly Archives: April 2015

Still Something in the Water?

Originally posted on graemecummingdotnet:
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the solar eclipse in 1999.  I’d been reminded of that experience by more recent events and felt it was something worth sharing. In the post, I said I’d…

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Doing the new reed dance

I don’t tend to post about this on my blog, but I’m a saxophonist. Sure, I’m a saxophonist who works mainly as a copywriter and does creative writing when she can, but I have a performance diploma from the ABRSM … Continue reading

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You are my life, my completeness This love is my weakness. You’re my before and my after The absence of laughter. I’m held. You’re my holder. My future is stuck in your folder. My strength is this: To shred the … Continue reading

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How on earth have I avoided the Ragged Trousered Philanthropists for so long?

As a student of English literature in the  1990s at the University of East Anglia, I thought I’d come across all the ‘classics’ I would ever want to or not want to read. But now I have come across the … Continue reading

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