Monthly Archives: October 2014

Roots of Rookeri 43

Citadel Lecheni Kalamite, Keefer-Papa of the Runman Order Week Thirty Aiya, aiya, everything calamity. First with the return of the cunning Shore woman – aiy and Mallen, the treacherous jert, could expect retribution. He would not be living much longer. … Continue reading

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Ens, Ems and Hashes

Another Useless Fact by Iris Einstein Punctuation . . . “Oh, no!” I hear the groans across the airways. “Not that greatest puzzle of education, punctuation.” Nay, nay, it’s but the greatest gift of written creation. Yet the first written … Continue reading

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Roots of Rookeri 42

Citadel Lecheni Sifadis Lafdi, Shore House Week Twenty-Nine Ay, his stubborn refusal to understand and to act. Why would he not believe her words? She ought to take that as insult. It took Mathon and Eshe and, at the last, … Continue reading

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Whither Shall I Wander

Indecisions. I had spent last weekend poring over maps, trying to decide where next to walk. Would it be the bus to Morton-on-the-Hill then a walk back to Taverham through the Wensum Valley? Road walking, leafy lanes. It had its … Continue reading

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So Am I Cured?

Or Diabetes Reversed Those following my blog might remember that, way back in June, I was diagnosed with diabetes type 2, after being virtually vegetablised for the past 8 years by CFS—if not, see Mixed Blessing of a Winter Bug. But, … Continue reading

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Roots of Rookeri 41

Citadel Lecheni Boteras Rookeri-Sharmin aka Boddy Week Twenty-Nine Wowzah! Boddy walked upon air, his body overflowing with love for this woman. Hey, he even loved the way she had pummelled his body till thoroughly bruised because, with his deceit, he’d caused … Continue reading

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A Walk Along Water

Destination Burgh Castle 8:45 Set out. I had spent the previous evening debating how I was to do this. Should I bus out and walk back? If so, should I walk back along Breydon Wall—which can be monotonous, especially when … Continue reading

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Roots of Rookeri 40

Citadel Lecheni Boteras Rookeri-Sharmin aka Boddy Week Twenty-Nine They were wed. Despite he was dead, they were wed. Now in both Rothi and Lubanthan law she never could wed another. He had destroyed Shore House. Without him, now, there could … Continue reading

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Norfolk Hills

For the last two walks I’ve been on my own. This week my daughter was joining me. It was those magic words, trees, hills. As we made our way to the bus stop we discussed which end of the route … Continue reading

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A Snail-Wail

Not Quite a Big Mac I don’t have much of a garden, just a shared courtyard. I keep a few pots in it and every spring plant them with loud showy flowers. Alas, we have a large population of snails … Continue reading

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