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Vicar on October 29th, 2011

Ronald Blythe is struck by the eloquence of a tented encampment THE second summer ceases, the leaves splatter on the grass, the clocks go back. The world stands still. It is locked in concepts that no longer work. The international young speak another language into their phones. The politicians have theirs written for them — […]

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Vicar on October 15th, 2011

Word from Wormingford Ronald Blythe defies warnings, and enjoys the harvest weather WHAT an early October! I have given myself up to it. Let Robert and Stephanie, the Angels of Mammon, pour out their dire warnings, I cannot understand what they are saying anyway. I have sat in the sun. I have read poems and […]

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Vicar on October 10th, 2011

Ronald Blythe breathes in the essence of another land THE year is starred with outings. Lengthy grinds at the mill, and then — to Discoed. Which you should be able to find on the map, although with sharp eyes. It is where the poet Edward Storey has invented an annual event, Michaelmas Wakes, and where […]

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Vicar on October 3rd, 2011

Word from Wormingford Ronald Blythe takes a friend’s funeral amid the glory of autumn ABOUT 40 wild duck screech past the house at about ten to seven each morning in ragged echelon. The September sun is blinding at this hour. The white cat orders breakfast, and girls appear on the hillside to collect their horses. […]

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