Tag: stone

Isolation #16

There is a Jewish tradition that after visiting the grave of a loved one or respected member of the community, a stone is left there. Conversely I have taken to collecting one smallish stone for each walk I take during these times of isolation… Continue Reading “Isolation #16”

wall of silence

“O the old wall here! How I could passLife in a long midsummer day,My feet confined to a plot of grass,My eyes from a wall not once away!”~ Robert Browning Sunday Sayings – A pick from the poets, writers or scriptures

November now

Now the calendar has turned about face grudgingly I give the penultimate nod to November scenic layers of litter in umber tones for an umbral burial the earth moulders – inert in stone cold wormholes though songbird throats are warming up some melodies my… Continue Reading “November now”