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To move mountains

When she was old and fading –
her gray hair paling,
her skin thinning and softening –
my grandmother painted watercolours. Continue reading

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Once upon a time

“Once upon a time …” The telling of stories is as old as childhood, and as perennial. But why? What purpose does it serve to play out fantasies and memories, wish-fulfillment and nightmares, tragedy and romance, comedy and satire in … Continue reading

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