Archive for September, 2012

Lost and unlost

As a young child, I’m told, I used to get lost quite often. I don’t think I ever did it deliberately, but we’d be in a crowd in the street somewhere, or in some crowded shop, and I’d get distracted by something and lose track of which way my parents had gone. I do remember […]

September 23rd, 2012 by Zahmoo
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Meeting at the river-bank

“This is like meeting up at the riverbank, isn’t it?”, he said, as we sat with our coffees after lunch at the local bistro. “You know –¬†each of us the outsider to the others’ territory.¬†Like we’re usually on opposite sides of the river, and we might never really meet up in person as such – […]

September 14th, 2012 by Zahmoo
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Seasons

Here in my mother’s garden it’s already late summer – the last of those subtly-scented roses, the last of the summer light and warmth before the fall begins and the old statue is laid bare again. Back where I lived down south, of course, it’s just turning towards spring: a different season indeed – a […]

September 7th, 2012 by Zahmoo
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