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verses written upon reaching 70 years of age

with vengeance  winter pursues me
to punish me for not being
one of his slaves trembling with dread
under the cruel wind’s lash
this tyrannous season does not daunt me… 46 more words

Poetry

Raging Brook

Raging Brook © Lynn Wiles 2014
All the rain in the last few weeks turned a usually calm brook into a raging waterway.

Photography

The Valley of Astonishment

A few weeks ago, I presented Peter Brook’s play in a previous post. Last night, I went to see it:

The theatre hall was full at the Gymnase in Marseilles last night. 458 more words

On Stage

Shakespeare's Sister in Nice

In January, at the Theatre National de Nice she is currently directing, Irina Brook and her DreamTheatre treats us to her play Shakespeare’s Sister,  inspired by Virginia Woolf and Margerite Duras.  268 more words

Virginia Woolf

Brook

Brook: a joyful, quick, enduring flow of energy, such as water tumbling down in a mountain cascade, or the fig below, sprouting with the power of life out of a dead-looking but quickened limb. 69 more words

Etymology

Megahobby Expo 2014 CB R2 (More Megahouse CBs) Brook - Boa and More

I’m happy to post these new figures. This time let me show you some new additions to the POP CB collection and some good news for the people that don’t have the CB figures. 133 more words