I Call to the Ancestors

Originally posted on GODS & RADICALS:
I call to the first single-celled bacteria who divided on that fateful day. I call to the green-blue algae sun-bathing slimily on the sea. I call to the stromatolites, living rocks, anchors, billions of years old. I call in the Cambrian explosion: BOOM! Let there be life! I call to the trilobite. Come famous one, hard-shelled, scurrying, many-legged, throwing… Continue reading I Call to the Ancestors

A Welshman, an Englishwoman and a Thai lady cycle across South Wales…

For some reason I assumed it would not be too hilly in South Wales. I was proven wrong.  After being lulled into a false sense of undulation by the easy crossing from England, and the lollop along to Newport, things started to look acclivitous… The problem is the valleys – my husband, being a valley boyo from Bedwas, could of warned me. You would think … Continue reading A Welshman, an Englishwoman and a Thai lady cycle across South Wales…

Drawing a veil over this: a final entry in the ‘Doom Book’

Originally posted on The Grammar of Matter:
in fact, the sameold gamebold adomic structure of our Finnius the old One, as highly charged with electrons as hophazards can effective it Concluding a deliberation upon the theme of withdrawal from one form of activity to pass over into another form of (in)activity, this final post continues the theme of my last – ‘Gathering Splinters from Her… Continue reading Drawing a veil over this: a final entry in the ‘Doom Book’