About Pixie_Hoffmann


Pixie, 30, works in events management. Writes poetry and stories.

Pixie Hoffmann
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Books, cooking, music, Judaism.
Favorite Books:
The Torah. The Four Quartets. Sonnets from the Portuguese.
Favorite Authors:
TS Eliot.
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Favorite Music:
Purcell, Tallis, Hildegard Von Bingen


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Danegyth's lament

Lament, lament, I heard upon a day Ealdgyth mourning, mourning her lost Lord and the cry went up when he was lost and could not be found.   So they came to us, the monks. A Christian burial they said, but none could say which was him so bloody had it been at the end.   I shall not forget the stench, and did not think we could bear it. But for love of him, she did, and for love...

Added 29 Aug 2018 | Category Memoirs | Votes 4 | Avg Score 5 | Views 100 | 4 Comments

Rahab's Red Book: further discoveries

Sarah's comments on the similarity between myself and Rahab, the memoirist whose book I had discovered in Istanbul, gave me pause for thought. Could it possibly be that there was a connection between the woman and myself? It seemed unlikely. From what I had read so far, she was a lesbian, and therefore unlikely to have had children; so I began to dismiss the thought. Then I got another call...

Added 28 Aug 2018 | Category Memoirs | Votes 5 | Avg Score 5 | Views 140 | 4 Comments

The origins of Rahab's Red Book

Getting the contents of the Red Book back to London was exciting, as it gave the experts at the British Library a chance to order them. There were ten volumes in all. The leaves had been bound in red Spanish leather, and to judge by the state of the bindings, had hardly been read. The curators said it was likely they had been bound after each section had been written and then put away by...

Added 17 Jun 2018 | Category Memoirs | Votes 3 | Avg Score 5 | Views 159 | 3 Comments

Rahab's Red Book

During a visit to Istanbul, I had occasion to meet a colleague in an old Ottoman era town house near the Hagia Sophia, the great Basilica built by the emperor Justinan the Great in the sixth century of the Christian era. She was a member of the Maronite Christian community from Syria, and worked, undercover, for Mossad, the Israeli Secret Service. Elena, the old woman who owned the house and...

Added 05 Jun 2018 | Category Memoirs | Votes 6 | Avg Score 5 | Views 192 | 5 Comments


The moment pleased, as the hour now brings pain, for loss, however named, is absence.   Across night's vast ocean the glimmer of moonlight trails like the snail's tracks across the path.   You are gone. That is all I know, or care to say, as the loss aches.   Time, they say heals all, but this it does  not heal.   Still is your voice and the nightingales awake, death...

Added 02 Jun 2018 | Category Poetry | Votes 4 | Avg Score 5 | Views 116 | 5 Comments

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Of Tea Waters

In condensation of the tea waters with a fragrant of the pekoe, in evaporation as if a scent, a landscape of Claude Monet. As we kiss with love's extract beneath a trellis of the stars, in my poetry of memoirs, my impressionism, sunrise. The scent lingers, the hour pains as the moment pleased, and the brush falters. Now the sunrise on the canvas, the stars fall, the sun rises, and my...

Added 05 Jun 2018 | Category Poetry | Votes 0 | Avg Score 0 | Views 223

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