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Seeds of Change

Time does strange things. It is just a week since our workshop and already it feels as if it is receding into the mists, and yet, it is also as clear and sharp as if we were about to enter … Continue reading

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The alchemy of joy

By the time this goes out, another workshop will be over and our Companions will have dispersed for another year. Inevitably, every time we go back to Great Hucklow, we think of that very first workshop… and for me, that … Continue reading

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The Ghost Ship – Steve Tanham

The Ghost Ship —- They come from land and some by wave To travel brave and not unnerved Across a globe described by one Who sees in numbers straight and curved —- That one, disgraced, must face a queen Must … Continue reading

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Damp disaster and diamond days

The morning was magical. It was one of the most beautiful dawns I have ever seen. Mist poured over the moors, white as snow, turning to liquid gold at the touch of the sun. Shaded valleys, frosted with diamonds, glinted … Continue reading

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An Eye full of Reflections (1)

The idea is a simple one: to pick a location and invite a group of friends – some of them Companions of the Silent Eye School, some simply friends, some new to the whole thing – to experience it in … Continue reading

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Away with the fairies…

…or, as we will be up on Rombald’s Moor, it is more likely to be boggarts and giants… This weekend sees companions of the Silent Eye gather at Ilkley for the Harvest of Being weekend. I will be away for … Continue reading

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Driving forward

A busy day. The internet appears to be behaving again finally, though how long it will last is anyone’s guess… and that means I can attempt to catch up. Of course, a thumb that isn’t screaming at me to get … Continue reading

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Had we but world enough, and time…

There is a lot still to share from the past couple of weeks… Scotland, Lindisfarne, Yorkshire and Derbyshire… let alone the past few days in Buckinghamshire. But it isn’t about the landscape, or the history or the stones and flowers. … Continue reading

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Sharpening the quill

Deep in the perilous realms of the grammatical jungle a lone figure stalks silently, pausing occasionally to sharpen the quill, its only weapon. With fierce determination it hunts the elusive comma, the errant exclamation mark and the dreaded reflexive pronoun…. … Continue reading

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