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I once astounded my mostly Australian-born family by using the phrase ‘put it on the long finger’ to suggest postponing something.
There was a time when thoughts
were clear and led to productive
so…IF that is true –
I only have your word for it.
I trust you, but your black and white
has grey edges.
She points out how the dog is happy to see him home too and the cat in her own way. The bougainvillea has grown wild without his care, the olives need picking. She then notices his inability to respond and offers her arms, in which he finally releases his emotions, relieved to be home again.
Vermeer would have made much of it
Three award-winning Irish films at this year’s Sydney Film Festival
it appears to be an insult directed against the Irish. How ,then, did it end up as a name for an English political party?
I want to climb those hills
and find a shepherd minding sheep
He turned on his heels and walked out of sight like John Wayne at the end of The Searchers.