April 5

 

As if the future can ever be written as easily as the past can be forgotten. And so, that past, you hold on to it because if you don’t it may never have happened.

April 4

 

I’m sick of beans, said Charmaine, as she eyed the arriving platter.
Mrs. Cheeseman ignored her.
It was, after all, World Bean Day.

April 3

 

Jeremy concealed his face behind several layers of encryption. It seemed like a very tech thing to be doing, in the circumstances.

April 2

 

So we go the early morning round
Up the hill and down the dale
Saying hello to whatever is there

April 1

 

“. . . that kind of beauty”
“. . . rest in unvisited tombs”

March 31

 

“Sketches of China” – (a horse he grew himself) – some words stay with you

March 30

 

And the audience threw real tomatoes
Then retired to their beds.
I was there, although I was quite tired
After working all day at the greengrocer’s.

March 29

 

It remains unclear who brought the fog into the room.

March 28

 

Having been drawing from the historical avant-garde since before we can remember
It’s now time to
Put the kettle on

March 27

 

By focusing on the material aspects of life
One may, in time, become a successful haberdasher.