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Merely to Me

Merely at the end of July and there’s a clear whiff of Autumn moving in; here and thereabouts, in corners of the garden. It’s in the trees. It’s coming. The year as a mix-tape; the seasons on shuffle. Rain is … Continue reading

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usually in autumn

Days – usually in autumn, when the sun appears and disappears. And reappears between defective clouds, window-level, lighthousing to the shrill click-track of that reversing thing behind the trees – like these are my absolute worst; reminding me of when I was a … Continue reading

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roses, rain

raining from the trees on the stone steps, sulkily roses, lopsided  

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What She Said

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Posts from the Var Side – Sunday 5th July

Sunday – our first full day at the apartment. A very hot night – well, of course. Early in the morning I watched from the balcony a pair of cyclists taking each other’s photo by the corner of the quay … Continue reading

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Parade of the Unwritten Posts

Punctuating urgent paragraphs of creative resolutions, bursts of untethered dialogue and occasional confessions, throughout these buff (skinny) notebooks are the one-liner entries prefixed ‘F.L. Post – ’, or sometimes just ‘FL’; being for Fisher Lane, this blog as we’ve opted … Continue reading

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1908 – a Cut-Out Poem

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Posts from the Var Side, 14th October

MONDAY 14TH OCTOBER 2013 – Fermé les Lundis Closed like the shops in the town today. Just this couple of moody old snaps to post, which I thought went rather well together. Monday, that was, mainly.

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‘A Lady’ is Festive

Really nice to have located this ‘Seasonal’ output from the columnist / commentator of, I’m fairly confident in dating, the first decade or so of the 1900s – a fascinating insight into an Edwardian Christmas. Not too sure that the … Continue reading

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