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Gimme Shelter

Today was “The Day”.

Time to cycle up to my Mum’s and then on to see Roz’s Mum too.

Followed by a ride home.

The forecast suggested there might be rain. 112 more words


Opening the Heavenly Gates

i wonder from one casket carved from stone to another and from one heaven to the other. will the spirit open up and be graceful through flight and be seen as the other opens up and reveals the likeness of every heavenly being seen to others, as grace flies through the other’s upper chambers and awakens the heavenly spirit of many to be alike and open through the times sanctified from one time given to the other in heaven. 132 more words

A New Plow

Publications: Wind Intervals

I’m excited to announce that St Brigid Press will be publishing a beautiful letterpress edition of a selection of my poems, Wind Intervals, in late April — just in time for National Poetry Month. 235 more words


The Blues: Full Circle

Sitting here writing this post, as I listen to The Rolling Stones cover of Blue and Lonesome by Little Walter, I begin to reflect on this romantic, fairy tale journey I have come on with the Blues. 882 more words


Review: Blue & Lonesome by Rolling Stones

Recorded across three rapid-fire days during the downtime between tours at British Grove Studios in the London suburb of Richmond with the touring band (and… 257 more words

Rock, Indie & More

Book Recommendation ~ The Stones: A Novel of the Life of King David by Eleanor Gustafson

Book Description:

With comprehensive detail and flowing prose, Eleanor Gustafson crafts the retelling of King David s life from his teenaged anointing to his death as seen through the eyes of Asaph, a Levite historian. 371 more words

Book Recommendation

Review of The Rolling Stones - 'Blue & Lonesome'

Raucous rhythm and blues spattered with some gritty rock and roll. 202 more words