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Frost and Fire

Notes from a ramble along the River Wye – 18/12/2017 ECvW We are currently living in a post-snow demi-thaw. Over-whelmed by last week’s heavy fall the broken trees and branches now rest upon their torn roots waiting to be collected. … Continue reading

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WORDS OF THE WEEK – The Hour of Frost – Poem ECvW

THE HOUR OF FROST. Savagely, in the Hour of Frost, Under a wintering Moon’s bite – The Night fissured, cracked clean across, Tearing Stars from their jagged flight And sealed them in the River’s skin All glist’ning white and frozen … Continue reading

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