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Richard on March 26th, 2015

This Easter, as every Easter, we’ll all be celebrating new and renewed life, sharing in the ‘new start’ which nature makes every year. Easter bonnets are (were?!) a sign of putting on new or renewed clothes just as nature does; bunnies are certainly a sign of fertility and development; and eggs are a reminder of […]

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Richard on March 20th, 2015

Ronald Blythe prepares for the oilman to bring a year’s worth of warmth RAW spring days. The wind whistles through the thin hedge. There is a profusion of birds and primroses. Duncan’s fields have been polished by cold rains. I rake up ancient leaves, for the oilman cometh. The small tanker, bringing a year’s warmth, will […]

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Richard on March 13th, 2015

Ronald Blythe feels pity for the cold suffered by the homeless Saviour RAW spring days. Early walkers squelch down the farm track, calling my name through the budding hedge. There is a profusion of birds and primroses. Sharp rains have hit the ploughing. Equally sharp winds tear through the trees. I might as well be bare, […]

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Richard on March 6th, 2015

Ronald Blythe recalls the development of an enthusiasm for Herbert LONG ago, I would take over a remote Suffolk church and read George Herbert to a hustled-up congregation: myself, and three writers who lived in and around Colchester. They were my guru, James Turner; the South African poet R. N. Currey; and the Ulster poet W. […]

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