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Gordon Meade

Minnow, Havana, Cuba, 2008 “The fish was motionless and I told the woman that I thought he was dying. ‘No’, she replied, ‘It’s been like that for two years.’” – Jo-Anne MacArthur. This is what happens during the early stages … Continue reading

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Gordon Meade: Two poems

Four Perspectives We have a settee and two chairs in our living room and whichever one you care to sit on you will be given a different perspective of the sea. From the settee, you will be able to see … Continue reading

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Gordon Meade

Kingfisher I have seen Kingfisher just once and, even then, it was out of the corner of my eye. I have a feeling that Kingfisher has seen me many times and has often been disappointed in what he saw. We … Continue reading

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