Gardens and Fences


A Life of Books and Explorations

The garden we have grown is wild, it has a path leading to a pond and many wild flowers peeking where they shouldn’t be, it has arches of jasmine and ivy that serve as gate-ways to other secrets yet to be found, it is idyllic. It couldn’t be more opposite from the garden next door. A lawn, a swing set, a trampoline and some plant pots serve as their garden. The next garden along is different again.

Trying to imagine our world as a different place is hard to do. It is hard to imagine things run in a different way, and it is hard to accept any suggestions without criticism. As I look out of my bedroom window I see gardens after gardens, many kept well, some not so well. The one thing they all have in common is a fence or a wall built up right around the…

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Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk
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