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Photoshopped history

Our monuments and statues are our history and shouldn't be photoshopped by today's protesters. So blathers Boris. The protests, of course, seek to achieve the very reverse of photshopping. To reveal warts and all.  Our Prime Minister is actually rather  spectacularly dim. The more he utters and acts the more obvious his dunce's hat grows.

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Dawn bliss

Awoke this morning to find I'd overslept. Lay back and considered excuses before glancing at the clock and finding I had mis-read the time. I had over an hour to go before rising. Curled to the pillow and slid back into bliss. A good way to start any day.

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Bee

Is there anything more magically surreal than a bumblebee?

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Weather fiction

Novels abound with sunny, cloudless days, or days of torrential rain, or storms, cold days of snow and blizzard and chilling thaws. Spring days of budding warmth and April showers and Autumn winds.  But the days of grey clouded summer chills and gusty, bone numbing breezes that bring spattered, occasional rain enough to keep you indoors  and idle and wondering about lighting a fire, they are fictionally rare. But more real.

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Holocene dust

The holocene decays in fire, panic and autophagy.  Under its choking clouds only the vultures, snakes, maggots and rats will grow fat. See them rise.

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