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  • Writer's pictureS.D. Evans

Blank as an unwritten page

Snow fell on the towers of Camelot, fluttering to its terraces and paths. All the fields were flattened like a white dining cloth spread out a table. The woodland paths were a wonder of whiteness, blank as an unwritten page waiting for a pen to push its nib across it, trailing black. Children slid on paths, skilfully slipping, or shivered while they warmed themselves by a fire, clapping their hands to drive the chill from their chapped fingers. There was a winter tournament that season at Camelot.


Winter at Camelot. Sir Gawain and the Green Maiden

Image: Cardiff Castle from Bute Park

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