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Mr. Sagittarius

4.80  ·  Rating details ·  5 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Twin brothers Harold and William love the magic of the natural world.

When Harold dies he leaves a simple memorial request.

Will his brother William and his sister Annette honour it?

Or, will the garden work its magic to ensure that they do.

A magical story expressed via an original compilation of poetry and prose with photographic images.

#Poetry #Prose #Photography
Kindle Edition, 67 pages
Published February 17th 2020 by Kyrosmagica Publishing
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Sally Cronin
Mar 04, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Set against the beautiful back drop of the botanical gardens in Cambridge, prose and verse tell the story of people who find solace and joy in the weeping willow tree and dragonflies and in the wonders of the orchids in the hot house. Twin brothers have a favourite bench where they watch the world go by, and their sister Annette reflects on her life after their loss Other characters make their appearances sharing the magic of the natural world, including young Aurora who collects rainbows and ...more
Colleen M. Chesebro
Mr. Sagittarius is the tale of two very different brothers and their only sister, told in poetry and prose inspired by the natural beauty of the botanical gardens in Cambridge, Edinburgh, and Montreal. The accompanying photographs complement the story, adding to the beauty of the authors words.

We begin with William, who is mourning the loss of his brother Harold. However, he isnt the only one feeling the pain of bereavement. Annette, the sister, also laments Harolds passing. This loss forces the
Ritu Bhathal
Feb 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
A magical book filled with prose, poetry and photographs all linking back to twin brothers, William and Harold.
A fascination with the botanical gardens, and regular visits to the bench under the Golden weeping willow, spark poetic memorise and introduce magical creatures.
I have to say, I loved the Bubble Monster!
The author, MJ, Mallon, has weaved a mystical tale using her poetry and story-telling, to produce a lovely short read that can be dipped into whenever you want.
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