Monthly Archives: April 2018

The Hygienists Double Act

I’m checked in by the hasty ‘no time to smile’ receptionist. “We’re still at lunch, there’s the waiting room, it won’t be long…” Twenty minutes after the appointed time the new Hygienist appears; “We met at the door didn’t we … Continue reading

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After the biting beast Had shocked the buds and bulbs Spring shone across the park Warming muddy fields At last the promised sunshine Cheered the birds to song Children clustered ponds Lined in khaki coloured mud Searching signs of life … Continue reading

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Holding on

It was a late autumn evening. Dark, damp, heavy-coat weather, but strangely changeable. The day had been unusually mild though, even sunny that afternoon. The train was packed, people stood crushed together – each trying to preserve their individual personal … Continue reading

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