Will people never learn? I'm beginning to despair.
I have just finished reading a selection of Christina Rossetti's poems and was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed them. They were reasonably simple to read and understand, Rossetti's use of rhyme often giving them a sing-song quality. Yet despite their apparent simplicity, almost all of the poems were deep, moving and powerful. Reading... 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)