Monthly Archives: July 2014

I don’t want you to go

Never in my wildest dreams, Did I think that it would hit me this hard. I got into the car, And closed the door, You told me not to cry, But I couldn’t hold it anymore. My eyes are bloodshot, … Continue reading

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The Fiddler’s Green

I’ve been more or less inactive for a while now, apologies for that! Here’s a little something in an attempt to make up for time lost. Fiddler’s Green is a short story I wrote quite a while back. It came … Continue reading

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Honour and Loyalty

Where in today’s society, is there place for honour? Where in our world, does loyalty yield just reward? Petty men and women, to whom equality is but a sermon they preach, will never recompense, those who dignity will teach. If … Continue reading

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Rhythm

Why is it that when you find it, the words simply aren’t there. How is it that when you know it, the words so fail to capture. How do I find the words wherein, the remedy to confusion reside, that … Continue reading

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