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Andrew Dalgleish

Flood danger raised to severe Deadwater Well, Foul Sike, Ash Gill, Coal Cleugh, Snope Burn,Thinhope Burn, Drowning Flow, Lislessburn, Garrigill, Lightpipe Sike, Black Burn, Knar Burn. This jagged front, isobars tight as a murderer’s fingerprint, flings in rain from the … Continue reading

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Andrew Dalgleish

Age of saints And furthermore there was Cuthbert out at the northern rim of the world, where the sky hurled birds and storms and the sea was a bitter desert. At night whilst brethren snored in beehive reeking huts, he … Continue reading

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The Rum gentlemen, by Andrew Dalgleish

The Rum gentlemen At Kinloch turreted Annanstone pile red-faced ‘neath the dark rocks of ‘Rhum’, an antlered hall where Sir George lours down and centurion dust motes assemble. For a moment here stand at time’s portal, glimpse an opulence glistering … Continue reading

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