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Vicar on April 26th, 2010

word from Wormingford Ronald Blythe muses on lambs in the fields and the Lamb of God EACH year, I alternate the Sundays after Easter with sermons on Emmaus and the image of the Lamb. So this year it is Shepherd Sunday, the divine pastoral. All week, expensive altar lilies have been trumpeting their deathliness, and […]

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Vicar on April 21st, 2010

Ronald Blythe thanks God fervently for his inestimable love RETURNING from Mary’s funeral feast at the Thatcher’s Arms, we see Mark drilling. Today’s thin April ram and yesterday’s warm April sun give a two-tone surface to the seed­bed. The drill doesn’t have to miss Shoals, the saucer dip, which would have been a shallow pond […]

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Vicar on April 9th, 2010

Ronald Blythe regrets turning out one of his bookcases IS IT not a fact that when a bookcase is emptied out upon the floor its contents double in volume? Such tall unsteady piles. I sit among them, regretting my folly. It was the local-history bookcase, and Suffolk had wandered up into Norfolk, and Essex into […]

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Vicar on April 6th, 2010

word from Wormingford Ronald Blythe reflects on the reuniting of two poets ON A day of quite exceptional political shenanigans came the quiet statement that Ted Hughes is to be memorialised in Poets’ Corner. He and I took part in a wonderful event there: the inclusion of John Clare, this country’s finest rural voice. It […]

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