Posts Tagged: Women

Elspethopen 2023


Julia Ball, the painter, is 90 today

Newchester Farm

When a friend moved house and the beauty she created went along with her.
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Farandole #cambridgeimprints

Mary Magdalene – a sonnet for her day, 22 July

Mary Magdalene: A Sonnet

Men called you light so as to load you down,
And burden you with their own weight of sin,
A woman forced to cover and contain
Those seven devils sent by Everyman.
But one man set you free and took your part
One man knew and loved you to the core
The broken alabaster of your heart
Revealed to Him alone a hidden door,
Into a garden where the fountain sealed,
Could flow at last for him in healing tears,
Till, in another garden, he revealed
The perfect Love that cast out all your fears,
And quickened you with love’s own sway and swing,
As light and lovely as the news you bring.

Malcolm Guite

Mary Magdalene a sonnet Malcolm’s blog.

8th March – To Be A Woman

Click on the smaller cover below to turn the pages of the book

“Courage calls to Courage” CamIris exhibition 2018 – Visitors & Exhibitors

Même pas peur !

Même Pas Peur (I’m not scared)
A sculpture by Christine Lemaire

With love from…