30 January 2014

word love

"Mother starts to recite a poem. 'I remember, I remember, the house where I was born...' She says it straight through, and I tag beside her watching the trees walk past in the sky." Laurie Lee's "Cider for Rosie"

"Mile after rattling mile we went, under the racing sky, flying neckties and paper kites from the back, eyes screwed in the weeping wind." Laurie Lee's "Cider for Rosie"

"...my head ringing with sleep." Laurie Lee's "Cider for Rosie"

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