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EXTRA Autumn leaves (1885).

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Autumnal leaves London :K. Paul, Trench, and Co.,1885. biodiversitylibrary.org/page/20506970

2.  LINE – UPON FAINT PRIMROSE-BEDS  Primrose – Primrose. Common little tarts. They’re not called Primula vulgaris for nothing.

2. LINE – UPON FAINT PRIMROSE-BEDS Primrose – Primrose. Common little tarts. They’re not called Primula vulgaris for nothing.

EXTRA old books and candle

EXTRA old books and candle

EXTRA Old magazine

In the Swan's Shadow

Gentleman's neck-tye in brioche knitting. Peterson's Magazine, December 1864. NYPL Digital Gallery.

EXTRA Old things

EXTRA Old things

2.  LINE – UPON FAINT PRIMROSE-BEDS  Primrose – Primrose. Common little tarts. They’re not called Primula vulgaris for nothing.

2. LINE – UPON FAINT PRIMROSE-BEDS Primrose – Primrose. Common little tarts. They’re not called Primula vulgaris for nothing.

3.  LINE – FAR IN THE FRESH LAP OF THE CRIMSON ROSE  Rose – Rose. Roses are just prick teases. Literally. They tease you in. Then prick.

6.  LINE – WHERE OXLIPS…  Oxlips – Oxlips. Flower or weed? Both!

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EXTRA Proverbial Philosophy

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Good morning everyone! A happy day for all. The sun is shining after a rainy Sunday. Looking out my desk window are old walnuts who are trying to celebrate the fall and have both yellow and green leaves. In front is a beautiful Japanese maple with rusty red leave's Very fall. The colder weather has my 2 cats sleeping closer together and to me.Furry lap warmers.Very cozy and cute. Last week I purchased one of those little units with lots of little drawers.( another find from the Legacy thrift…

EXTRA The Daily Telegraph Second Crossword Puzzle Book, only one and sixpence!

EXTRA The Daily Telegraph Second Crossword Puzzle Book, only one and sixpence!