Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Bronze Pug

The Bronze Pug (Inspired by a sculpture of a Pug dog by Herbert Gerhard – c.1600 ) Master took me for a really long walk today – much further than usual. I’m shattered, but we ended up in this sculptor’s … Continue reading

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Megan in a Spot

I usually sit in this corner of the cafe, I can see the Promenade, but people can’t see me so well. I feel safer here and it’s nice and quiet – not like back home. I like the quiet, but … Continue reading

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A Short Trip by the Railway

I watched, spellbound, as one bright afternoon there appeared a stranger in my garden. Fox appears like a cloaked figure from the shrubbery. Two sharp triangles mark his way through the tangled bushes. ¬†Stopping short he lifts his head and … Continue reading

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Spring Witch-hazel blooming Fireworks against azure skies Bursting dazzling life   Birth A small soul arrives In the garden of the world Finds a place to grow

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