Deborah Harvey : The Red Dress of Poetry ...
... or Woman Who Wanders About A Bit With The Dog
Writes - poems, mostly
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Sunday, 29 December 2013
All The Colours That Are Black
The Avon Gorge has lost its final rags of autumn colour since we were last there, at the beginning of December.
It comes to something when the most striking colour in a scene is provided by a crow.
There are always lots of crows on the promontory of land leading to Sea Walls.
After a lot of running about ball-fetching, Ted was intent on cooling down - and making himelf as dark and mysterious as they are in the process. Time to head home, methinks.
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Clifton Suspension Bridge
the (Bristol) Downs
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