Monthly Archives: May 2011

bad blood–the village in late may

The don du sang wagon has arrived. Filled with public spiritedness I present at the appointed hour. This is not entirely altruistic, as I know that, after bleeding, I will be offered refreshment. The toothcrackinly sweet sirop is missable but … Continue reading

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picnics

The illusion that eating in the open air constitutes at least one aspect of the simple life is ancient and enduring, but now, if the contents of all three cars were unloaded on to the lawn and somebody who didn’t … Continue reading

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fresh as the morn, and as the season fair

In Imitation of Cowley: The Garden Fain would my Muse the flow’ry Treasures sing, And humble glories of the youthful Spring; Where opening Roses breathing sweets diffuse, And soft Carnations show’r their balmy dews; Where Lilies smile in virgin robes … Continue reading

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