Tag Archives: Exeter

Silence And The City

The silence of the city at night is never absolute but it drapes over buildings and sidewalks like an idyllic resolution to the day. In the darkness shadows take new shapes, morphing into playmates for the still rebellious mind of … Continue reading

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Don’t Look Back In Wankery

Sometimes you go back to a place you haven’t been in a while and there is either the wonder of new discoveries about a once familiar place or the comforting, nostalgic embrace of a location unchanged. Sometimes the new discoveries … Continue reading

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Fahrenheit Eyesight

Well I was going to nip into Specsavers to sort out the new frames for my glasses as they broke the other day. Specsavers is a little busy with evacuation and firemen and alarms right now so I’m sitting in … Continue reading

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Seemed A Harmless Little Fuck

Lemon yellow sun. Arms raised in a vee. It’s either full on summer or I’ve walked into a Pearl Jam song. I’ve just asked a piece of seaweed – it’s summer. But as solstice is only a few days away … Continue reading

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Knickers

Having to do laundry is god’s way of reminding us that we don’t like most of our undergarments. I like most of my socks, though. Aside from heating up leftovers for lunch, washing clothing and putting it on the line … Continue reading

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This Efficacious Spirit

Ever get the feeling that a big wave of change is coming your way but you haven’t got a clue what the change will be or where it will lead? I don’t mean because of world events, that happens to … Continue reading

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Travelogue Part 1: Exeter To Heathrow

Rain on the motorway, spraying up like top waves soaking a boat deck. The coach ploughs on through it, giant windscreen, giant wipers keeping visibility decent enough. Been on the road about an hour, at least two more to go … Continue reading

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