9 thoughts on “Red Garland

  1. Reminds me of a multicoloured shiny necklace of mini-baubles, called “The Beads” that my mum used to drape around the mirror on the landing in our old victorian house, in the 1950s. I don’t know what happened to it; it’s not with some other of the “desecrations” that I inherited…
    It continues its imaginal life in your poem and photograph… thank you, Murray, and winter blessings, as we pass the shortest day and on into the unknown. May there be light for you, and hope, and discoveries that please and delight you x


    1. Thank you for the kindnesses writingpresence!

      These beads are draped around an artificial Xmas tree. I put it up myself when no-one else could help. The tree has lights and that helps us push back the darkness. We get so much of it, this time of year.


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