Monday, September 28

There's always a song in it

     Harbour In Grey, David Pearce
I appreciate the supermoon lunar eclipse was a once in thirty years phenomenon but I couldn’t be arsed getting out of bed. Other curiosities will doubtless appear and at a more convenient time. When I did rise this morning there was nothing to be seen as a mist had descended – the more common event this time of year. In the morning I awake, my arms my legs my body aches, the sky outside is wet and grey… Shades of Madness.

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