Archive for: August, 2015

Uncategorized August 22, 2015

TRANSITION

We do on stage things that are supposed to happen off. Which is a kind of integrity, if you look on every exit as being an entrance somewhere else. ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD  We have been crowded out of our house by the boxes and our last week or so as residents of London

Uncategorized August 10, 2015

ROGER’S COAT

To remember happiness which cannot be restored, is pain, but of a softened kind … and memory, however sad, is the best and purest link between this world and a better. But come! I’ll tell you a story of another kind. NICHOLAS NICKLEBY  One of the recent rediscoveries in the mammoth ongoing task of sorting and packing

Uncategorized August 6, 2015

HIROSHIMA, 70 YEARS ON

          Summer night:           ruined mountains, rivers           cry out with one voice.           Flaming trees            dance up           into the angry autumn sky. Timiki Hara,  Haiku 20, 6-7 August