Tag: church

little faith

Stone deaf the silence of the void: “who are the faithful?” murmur hangers on peering from lank and salt-tongued grasses hushed house of God that rang with prayer and praises through earth to heaven glass of arc stained light shone His eminence Medieval pomp all spent by circumstance an upkeep too steep for the dwindling mass dissolved… Continue Reading “little faith”

Digging history at old St Pancras

Although it was not my favourite subject at school, I’ve become more fascinated with antiquity as the years have passed! A knowledge of local London history makes my surroundings that much more vivid and so I could not pass up the purchase of some… Continue Reading “Digging history at old St Pancras”