1. After reading, I lie down and think about my home, the home of my heart. I open out my arms and the sky opens back. Open and endless.
Time slows. I can hear small spiders making their way through the grass. I must be dreaming. 

    After reading, I lie down and think about my home, the home of my heart. I open out my arms and the sky opens back. Open and endless.

    Time slows. I can hear small spiders making their way through the grass. I must be dreaming. 

    3 weeks ago  /  11 notes

  2. A hot day has turned into a moiling evening
The sky is heavy and full of wheeling gulls
Ants and flying ants are all out and frantic
I’m home now, windows wide open, on my bed, waiting for the rain

    A hot day has turned into a moiling evening
    The sky is heavy and full of wheeling gulls
    Ants and flying ants are all out and frantic
    I’m home now, windows wide open, on my bed, waiting for the rain

    1 month ago  /  6 notes

  3. A buddleia bloom reached out and touched me gently on the arm.

    I haven’t spoken to anyone today.

    1 month ago  /  8 notes

  4. Having time to watch the world turn is a great gift. Gently and day by day, I am given something to live for.
Coming back after a week away is another treat. Red mushrooms have appeared. Hogweed has turned to dry stalks, with umbels seedy instead of foamy white. Bright yellow ragwort is coming out.

    Having time to watch the world turn is a great gift. Gently and day by day, I am given something to live for.

    Coming back after a week away is another treat. Red mushrooms have appeared. Hogweed has turned to dry stalks, with umbels seedy instead of foamy white. Bright yellow ragwort is coming out.

    1 month ago  /  8 notes

  5. I saw a twite making a sound and a move that no other bird makes.

    I enjoyed watching razorbills take off, fly and land.

    These are Dave’s photos.

    1 month ago  /  5 notes

  6. I’m retreating into trees.

    1 month ago  /  4 notes

  7. Yesterday I was all like: my life is a failure, I’m a failure, I wish I was dead
Today I’m all like: ah sure, I can live with it

    Yesterday I was all like: my life is a failure, I’m a failure, I wish I was dead

    Today I’m all like: ah sure, I can live with it

    1 month ago  /  7 notes

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  9. If I stay here for too long the bindweed will bind me too.

    1 month ago  /  5 notes

  10. Hey, this Piketty book is really good! (for pressing my craft projects)

    Hey, this Piketty book is really good! (for pressing my craft projects)

    2 months ago  /  5 notes

  11. I took this photo this morning. This afternoon I learnt how to accept support from a friend.

    I took this photo this morning. This afternoon I learnt how to accept support from a friend.

    2 months ago  /  9 notes

  12. The elderflowers are finished, now the mock orange is out.
Wednesday: the scent of mock orange and warm evening air, Senator Norris reading Ulysses aloud: “Listen: a fourworded wavespeech: seesoo, hrss, rsseeiss, ooos.”

    The elderflowers are finished, now the mock orange is out.

    Wednesday: the scent of mock orange and warm evening air, Senator Norris reading Ulysses aloud: “Listen: a fourworded wavespeech: seesoo, hrss, rsseeiss, ooos.”

    2 months ago  /  7 notes

  13. Pebble beaches are the best. Advantages of pebble beaches:
pebble beaches dry quickly, after rain, waves, a heavy fret.
the sound: walking over pebbles, waves over pebbles

    Pebble beaches are the best. Advantages of pebble beaches:

    • pebble beaches dry quickly, after rain, waves, a heavy fret.
    • the sound: walking over pebbles, waves over pebbles

    2 months ago  /  9 notes

  14. I leave here, for science, all my tiny fossil findings.

    • Fossilised tiny submarine or possibly whale, Brighton Beach
    • Teeny-tiny cat fossil, Normans Bay
    • Tiny alien skulls, Brighton Beach

    2 months ago  /  6 notes

  15. The hills tell me: keep going

    2 months ago  /  6 notes