…I should maybe also add that the last two weeks have, in addition to the death of my father, seen my eldest son move out permanently and go back to live with his mother (after 6 rather difficult months of co-habitation) and me, erm, fall in love. At my age.

I do so have to make things complicated.

4 thoughts on “…footnote

  1. Like any good poet, you throw yourself into experiencing life as fully as possible. That is commendable, and admirable, no matter how complicated things get.

    Just feel your way through, day by day, and you will be richer for it. And we, your readers, shall be enriched as well, as your writing deepens to reflect such a tumultuous emotional time…

    Sending you hugs, and sharing distantly in both your sorrow and your joy!

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