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15 June 2012


Di Overton

Thanks for the mention my friend xx


I imagined the Harlequin setting out from the round mirror above and dancing to the pure delight of the man in the red jacket.


So many layers of beauty here. I'm seeing a story where the Harlequin woman is walking through the streets of Delft, past those wonderful old buildings. Perhaps she is a figment in the mind of the gentleman in the cafe. Oh, yes, so many layer and spots for the imagination to go! What a wonderful writing prompt this would be to young writers in a class setting -- what joy for a teacher to discover so many different stories!

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