Poem: Old Maid

When they see me in the street they smile And pity me Never married, ripening age, old maid. I suppose you’d smile too If you knew That Pointless Has become my life And each night I curl up With Ernesto by my side A cat, more’s the pity, but Maybe it would also surprise you... Continue Reading →

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BR: ‘Cider with Rosie’ by Laurie Lee

Rating: 9/10 I thought this book would centre around Lee's romance with the eponymous Rosie, but actually she hardly featured. The story was more about Lee's life growing up in a small village in the Cotswolds with the various characters that inhabited it. Every chapter, though vaguely chronological, had a specific theme, which gave each... Continue Reading →

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