Monthly Archives: December 2015

Poetry Thought for the End of 2015: Rhymes What Don’t Work

To Rhyme or not To Rhyme, that is the question. I’ve been pondering this question ever since a friend of mine complained, good-humouredly, about a rhyme that only worked if you ‘put on’ a really posh accent. I’m sure the author in question never … Continue reading

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Dreams of Future Christmases

Carousel of light, a humming, spinning top delights with childhood memories….  

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A thought for Boxing Day, as we journey towards 2016, and beyond…

Jung about the Collective Unconscious The collective unconscious – so far as we can say anything about it at all  – appears to consist of mythological motifs or primordial images, for which reason the myths of all nations are its … Continue reading

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A-Z of Cardiff – F is for St Fagans …

Originally posted on We Are Cardiff:
Writer Katie Hamer is busily discovering parts of the city and revealing them through her We Are Cardiff series, the A-Z of what makes Cardiff special to her. She’ll be sharing the parts of the city she finds…

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Dreams of Christmas Present

As Always the Anticipation Of present giving brings hope Through friendships renewed This Yule Tide Hour.

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In Response to ‘The Windhover’ by Gerard Manley Hopkins

A Spiritual Flight, A Vision – An Awakening   The flight of many memories emerging merci- fully, within the realm of daylight, dawn, and daybreak, to drift, and glide before the rolling hills and meadows, across a chessboard, chequered with herds of … Continue reading

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Dreams of Christmas Past

So tell me, Do You Hear What I Hear as I drop the stylus, and watch it glide across the grooves with pops and crackles, to recall the moments of Christmas past?

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