Category Archives: Don and Wen

Green grow the rushes O’…

* The Grand-Father Clock, tock…tock…tocked reassuringly in the corner of the oak panelled study. Through the window to one side the ancient time piece’s Big Brother could be discerned dominating the metropolitan sky-line… Tee, was wilfully oblivious of the time. … Continue reading

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Stanton Drew ~ Stuart France

* Names matter. For practical purposes they are like elephants and flowing water. They follow the shortest, flatest path to wherever they are going, and en route the jagged edges first get smoothed and then get worn away. In this … Continue reading

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Cloud Atlas ~ Stuart France

* Water in Air Earth in Water Exhibit similar forms. * Count Jack Black Reblogged from Stuart France

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North-easterly: Sidetracked by stones

As the tides would not allow us to cross to Holy Island before eleven, three of us were on the road early to visit a stone circle. It had been a late decision… very late, in fact, but as Gary … Continue reading

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Solution III… Stuart France

Dalgety Bay * The ‘Post Graduate’ Solution… “What’s a slug?” Continue reading at Stuart France

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Solution II… Stuart France

Dalgety Bay * The ‘Graduate School’ Solution… The clue in the poem is the very clunky ‘over there’. If something is over there, then ‘we’ must be here. Presence though, like time, involves Set Theory. So even ‘over there’ is … Continue reading

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Solution… Stuart France

‘Setting riddles is much easier than solving them.’ … “What a strange planet. Where I come from people solve three riddles every morning before sitting down to first breakfast.” The ‘High School’ Solution… The clue in the poem is that … Continue reading

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North-easterly: Sidetracked by saints

Few churches named after a saint have a historical claim to have been built by their namesake, but St Aidan’s church in Bamburgh is one of the few who have that right. The original church here was founded by St … Continue reading

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North-easterly: Forgotten stories

Once more we found ourselves gravitating towards the tower of an ancient church. As we were meeting in Bamburgh, it seemed only right that we pay our respects here. It may seem a little odd that although we are not … Continue reading

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Pathology… Stuart France

* The path… * * that can… * * be named… * Continue reading at Stuart France

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