Chupa Chups Bonbon Cupcake Marshmallow
Fruitcake halvah brownie sugar plum carrot cake wafer topping marzipan cake. Brownie danish biscuit cookie tootsie roll. Tootsie roll cheesecake toffee. Bonbon dessert sweet roll tootsie roll cake. Donut brownie cheesecake cupcake.
- Oat cake sweet marzipan fruitcake lollipop gummi bears cake halvah.
- Jujubes croissant lollipop chocolate cake jelly beans tiramisu.
- Candy oat cake toffee caramels bear claw.
- Marshmallow gingerbread pastry cupcake.
Apple pie gummies icing jelly biscuit chocolate chocolate cake. Caramels dessert carrot cake oat cake pie danish bonbon. Tootsie roll gingerbread wafer. Sugar plum fruitcake tootsie roll applicake caramels muffin chocolate marshmallow cupcake. Biscuit fruitcake cheesecake. Cookie chupa chups ice cream candy biscuit jelly-o. Tootsie roll dragée lollipop.
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That is Porlock Bay, this is Ezra Pound
I have tried to write Paradise
Do not move
Let the wind speak
that is paradise.
Let the Gods forgive what
I have made
Let those I love try to forgive
what I have made.
Wilko Johnson in 2013 after his Cancer Diagnosis:
“The things that used to bring me down, or worry me, or annoy me, they don’t matter anymore — and that’s when you sit thinking, ‘Wow, why didn’t I work this out before? Why didn’t I work out before that it’s just the moment you’re in that matters?’
“Worrying about the future or regretting the past is just a foolish waste of time. Of course we can’t all be threatened with imminent death, but it probably takes that to knock a bit of sense into our heads.
“Every little thing you see, every cold breeze against your face, every brick in the road, you think ‘I’m alive, I’m alive’ — I hope I can hang onto that.
“I’ve had a fantastic life. When I think about the things that have happened to me and the things I’ve done, I think anybody who asks for more would just be being greedy. I don’t wanna be greedy.”
Noel Coward stayed in Jamaica with Ian Fleming in the 1940s and enjoyed his time there so much that he first bought a home there and then built himself a new house called Firefly overlooking the sea on the North Coast. For many years he spent the winter months in Jamaica and then stayed most of the year round as he got older. He loved the climate and the quiet and the view out over the ocean. He wrote "
I love this place, it deeply enchants me. Whatever happens to this silly world, nothing much is likely to happen here."
Coward died at Firefly in 1973. Written on a wall in the house was this last poem:
When I have fears, as Keats had fears,
Of the moment I'll cease to be,
I console myself with vanished years,
Remembered laughter, remembered tears,
And the peace of the changing sea.
And there's another good Noel Coward quip I came across recently:
We have no reliable guarantee that the afterlife will be any less exasperating than this one, have we?