|The past seems to echo with the sound of breaking crockery
||[May. 28th, 2017|09:29 pm]
There is something evocative about sherds - the detritus of the past. Crucial archaeological evidence, of course, and, if you are not an archaeologist, this vivid, tangible reminder of people who have been here before, making things and using them and discarding them. The past seems to echo with the sound of breaking crockery.
Penelope Lively, Ammonites and Leaping Fish
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