Liminality

A rank of poplars, vertical in a horizontal landscape, coruscate before they blend into the leonine golden beige of land coming to rest. So many different shades on parade: sunlight gilds the roofs with sumptuous shafts that fadethrough pink and scarlet blushes, purple, then indigo, and twilight rushes into a moody half-light. Something haunts the […]

Liminality

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