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I knew the two pots of perriwinkle— narrow suspicious leaves, shy purple blossoms— but the rest of the greenhouse specimens were really strangers to me; I didn’t know a mauve one from a red one, nor a geranium from a … Continue reading

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‘Tis the season

More guys in suits drool in anticipation of wrapping their pudgy fingers around all that cash than ever Dickens’ orphans™ could have imagined. They will soon be exhorting every frazzled employee to deck the malls and ring out the musak … Continue reading

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her indignant loud blather scrapes the sun-mottled sidewalk her practised syllables rippling through the shivering locust leaves the hoarse female cigarette voice accusatory rhythmical hard edged slices the hapless rough lout pushing the baby carriage as she pulls the wagon … Continue reading

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