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Vicar on January 31st, 2011

Ronald Blythe’s vision is tested, and is not found wanting I AM at the optician’s. We sit in a shop window, in various degrees of darkness and light. We are being framed at vast expense, or, in my case, being updated. We go to tiny rooms, and read the chart. The optician, who is about […]

Continue reading about word from Wormingford – 28th January, 2011

Vicar on January 26th, 2011

Ronald Blythe toils at his desk, but is aware of changes outdoors POTHOLES have appeared in the track, and along the lanes. I reĀ¬member how shocked I was to bump over them in Manhattan. Snow and ice, and now rain, have achieved their sieve-like purpose. Not to mention the last-minute descent of the oak leaves, […]

Continue reading about word from Wormingford 20th January, 2011

Vicar on January 9th, 2011

Ronald Blythe sees the landscape emerge from under the snow THAW, a Middle English word, which has to be said with all thy tongue. Hamlet, confronted with his icy nature, said: “O! that this too too solid flesh would melt, Thaw, and resolve itself into a dew.” Lower Bottoms and the ancient track have done […]

Continue reading about word from Wormingford – 7th January, 2011