Run As Fast As You Can, Bear.

09/09/19 A fan of numerology? I suppose, post-event, I am. Although the science just doesn't add up, I'm always happy to find frisson and thrill in the noticing of numbers when and if they appear to credit such a sensation - which, I admit, is often. (The same goes for words/the appearance of people, et … Continue reading Run As Fast As You Can, Bear.

Three Favourite Blogs For March!

Three sites, three bloggers that I'd like to recommend as my favourites for March. Please give them a view, a nod, a wink.   https://ivors20.wordpress.com Ivor describes himself as an amateur poet from Geelong. And, by amateur, I understand him to mean in the true sense... Amateur: 18th cent., from French, from Italian amatore, from Latin … Continue reading Three Favourite Blogs For March!

close to the aperture [close the aperture]

[close the aperture] three boys, at the tyne’s edge, sit, in silhouette, atop some metal structure that they should not be sat atop. a gang on a gangway. their legs hang beneath them. they have liberated one of the wreaths from the gravel of the nearby merchant seamans’ memorial. they talk measuredly, loudly, as they … Continue reading close to the aperture [close the aperture]

My Top 5 December Blogs.

https://drjosephsuglia.wordpress.com Dr. Joseph Suglia is a distinguished author, literary critic and blogger of considerable repute. I've been following his site for some months now. However, what has particularly piqued my interest is watching the final development, planning and push toward the hardcopy publication of his novel TABLE 41. TABLE 41 is a lucid/ dream state/ … Continue reading My Top 5 December Blogs.