Travel: Oxford Revisited

Because you can never have too much of a good thing...


Top 7: Poems from ‘The Whitsun Weddings’

I had never read anything by Larkin before I picked this collection up, and I confess myself pleasantly surprised; though there was a thread of melancholy running throughout, it was never heavy-handed enough to become depressing. Each poem was deep and many-layered, yet extremely accessible. If you're interested, here are my recommendations: MCMXIV - a very poignant portrayal... Continue Reading →


This may perhaps seem a bit random, but I've never seen as many bluebells as this before in a single year so I thought I'd spread the spring joy and share them with you. (Apologies for the proliferation of graveyards - I'm clearly drawn to them)

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