Daily Archives: September 15, 2020

Going West: Coetan Arthur

Arthur’s Quoit came as something of a surprise. The huge neolithic tomb rises from the plateau behind St David’s Head, the angle and ridge on the capstone seeming to shadow the lines of Carn Llidi beyond. The capstone is around … Continue reading

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The Riddle of the Initiate

The Song of Seven Veils …From Heart to Head a Lay… * My First is sinuous, scaly and smooth It is found in lake but not in love, what is below is like that above… * Continue reading at France … Continue reading

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Two journeys, one destination

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
I remember listening to T. S. Eliot reading his poem The Four Quartets for the first time. The words held me spellbound: “We shall not cease from exploration And the end of all our…

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Dear Wen: Shadow-play…

Dear Wen, Wishing there were more of us is an admirable place to start. Imagine how many more people and how much more quickly they would have awoken had more of them ventured forth on our ‘Facing Fears’ weekend. The … Continue reading

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Deportment for the soul

He passed me the disc, about the size of a small dinner plate and quite heavy. My hands were full of things needing to go through to the kitchen. There was only one thing for it, I placed the disc … Continue reading

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Pensée #midnighthaiku

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