Tag Archives: James Farrar

I sat down and ritt

Update: Blimey, not much blogging of late, there‚Äôre good reasons though. Aged mum still in hospital, been there since November 29th, requiring much support in many ways. This has been a large absorber of what would otherwise have been free/blogging … Continue reading

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A poem from James Farrar

Blackthorn (James Farrar) They cannot have her for lover, The lean brown southerly sprites Who trade sweet breath for blossom In star-pale April nights. Though the cherry, our lady of splendour, Exquisitely fallen from grace, Goes forth in white for … Continue reading

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James Farrar, thoughts about religion

…..I cannot tolerate the blasphemy, which is to create a white image, and place it behind the stars, and call it God. I cannot accept tolerance of turpitude and stupidity, which decimates a generation, saying it is ordained: of a … Continue reading

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