Monthly Archives: June 2006


Listen to the day begin The birds are saying we’re alive Once again you’re sleeping in We used to rise as kids arrived But now we’re living here alone the kids are gone their separate ways that teddy bear is … Continue reading

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Philology XIX

baritone in barbershop four part harmony the bass creates the foundation the lead sings the melody the tenor is the icing on the cake and the baritone swirls around them

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Just dropping in to the garden centre to buy some plants and you are met by a personable woman with drying mud on her muscular hands and a streak of well dried mud in her gathered hair

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