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Welcome to Newsletter #93

A bunch of tales I wanted to share with you

A tale I read

Enough Music by Dorianne Laux
[Enough Music by Dorianne Laux]

A tale I heard

TV gardener Charlie Dimmock on how gardening has changed since Ground Force was last on air in 2005:

"The wonderful thing is that people are a lot more into growing fruit and veg at home. So we’re going back to when I was a kid and everyone had a vegetable patch. The thing to remember though is you don’t have to have a patch to grow vegetables. Some vegetables look really quite attractive mixed in the flower borders. Runner beans climbing up through a climbing rose are quite pretty. Salad leaves look quite pretty edging a border. Even if you’ve got quite a tiny garden there are a lot of vegetables that are fine in containers." 

A tale I saw

Born to Rule by Roger Robinson
[Born to Rule by Roger Robinson]

A tale I wrote

The pantomime villain
finally listened to the crowd,
turned around and shot
the handsome lead actor
in the stomach.

Did he bleed to death?
Oh, yes he did.

A tail I like

[A tail I like]
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