Fa – the name of the Green Dragon

A Place for the Odd Musings of an Expat Bristolian


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An imaginery conversation with Robert Graves

G: Of course, you’ve heard the old saying. “The worst are those, who having learned the alphabet, believe that they have come into real knowledge.”
M: Ha that’s funny.
G: but it’s also true and sad as well. People don’t read well nowadays.
M: Well it’s people like you make it difficult.
G: Why do you say that? Continue reading


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Exploring The White Goddess

haiku in 3 verses.

The year is closing.
Time to appoint a new king;
sacrifice the old.

His phallus severed,
blood flows for a fertile spring.
He dies not in vain.

We too, cut Holly;
Red berries recall events,
of Druidic times.