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The Dream

He’d dreamed a future of wealth and abundance: a world of harmony, where disease, war and famine were abolished. It was filled with people born of...

It's Great

Beautiful baby. Precious moment in time. “Be careful holding her With your big hands! She’s lucky to have her Mum’s nose and eyes.” It’s great being...
Gold cherry
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The Journey Back

I had to go back: there were ghosts to kill. Only Johnny and I made the trip. Strange really: the oldest and youngest. Didn’t seem to mean anything...

Then Someone Said

​I thought I'd play the poetry game: words in rhythm (no chance of fame). Shyness prevailed, but undeterred, I told my plight of love deferred. Then...

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Enthralling! You had me from

Posted on Wed, 15 Sep 2004

Enthralling! You had me from start to finish. In an ideal world, a day that starts with marmalade should end with chateau le touron monbazillac.

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If we didn't have winter, how

Posted on Thu, 04 Jan 2018

If we didn't have winter, how could we appreciate spring? Good poem.

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Posted in January