Monthly Archives: September 2011

THE MAGICAN

My guide dog, Trigger is a very talented animal. Not only does he perform his duties, as a guide dog with great ability, guiding me round lamp posts and other obstacles, he is also a skilled magician. I first noticed … Continue reading

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THE SOUND OF THE WIND

As I opened the door to the block of flats this morning the first sound which reached my ears was that of the breeze in the trees. As I sit here typing away I can still hear the wind as … Continue reading

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REVIEW OF THE SPARROWHAWK A PUB IN CRYSTAL PALACE

On my way home from work this evening I popped into the Sparrowhawk, a newly opened pub in Crystal Palace which occupies the spot previously occupied by the Hollybush pub.   I only ever visited the Hollybush on one occasion … Continue reading

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ON RETURNING BY PAUL ADRIAN

While looking through the latest Poetry Society Newsletter I came across a link to On Returning, a poem by Paul Adrian which won this year’s National Poetry Competition. The poet briefly and movingly reminds that we are all, in the … Continue reading

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REVIEW OF THE SHEESH MAHAL RESTAURANT TWICKENHAM

Yesterday evening (2 September 2011) I met up with a group of friends for a meal in the Sheesh Mahal Bangladeshi restaurant in Twickenham. The restaurant is about two minutes walk from Twickenham station which made it ideal for me … Continue reading

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