Monthly Archives: August 2010

Kissing the ground

Crimson tongues of magnolias lick the ground they fall on.  It is spring, and the blossoms are blooming and falling and new colours are burgeoning with immensity.  Yesterday I was stopped dead in my tracks by a cherry blossom in … Continue reading

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A lot

Charlie Sofo said he was doing a book on smells, and I love that…he is one of my favourite artists.  Looking at his blog is weird, I feel so connected and like he is speaking to me.  Today I felt … Continue reading

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Rant about patchouli

This rank oil is commonly used by people in my local area.  I think something horrid must have happened to me associated with the oil, and I can’t stand it, as a result of that deep latent memory.  It smells … Continue reading

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A gusty month

August:  The sound of the word conjures gusty images in my head, gusty and gutsy, a significant marker of the second half of the year.  I like it, it means ‘go’ to me, no time to waste, time to work and … Continue reading

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