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Hoylake Beach

From a clear blue sky The air hung warm and still The awakening sun glistened   I lay back along the wall Enjoying the silence The absence of any crowd   But the warnings were there Indications from afar Of … Continue reading

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Remembrance

We shall remember them Isn’t that what they say? Of those forever forgotten few Names once so sharply etched Now blurred in the mists of time And stamped disconsolately On a cold November morn.   Recent wars bring sharper focus … Continue reading

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You Asked Me If I’d Miss You

In the dwindling light Dancing shadows on the wall That’s when I miss you   As those shadows fall To the darkness of the night That’s when I miss you   When I close my eyes See your smile, hear … Continue reading

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Königsplatz

    The central square Adorned with temples Of Greco-Roman elegance   Their neo-classical Reliefs triumphant With celebrated men   None could imagine The panorama of despair That would surround this place   Its simple clean lines Scribing the hate … Continue reading

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They Said

They said Everything seems in order It’s all in your head   They said Well no more walking then Use a frame instead   They said We don’t know what it is But it’s nothing to dread   They said … Continue reading

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One Final Adventure

  I’m travelling Through my mind To places, far and wide Constantly seeking New adventures   I know only too well How Captain Oates felt His last shuffling steps ‘I may be some time’ That’s me every day   I … Continue reading

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Across 110th Street

  Across 110th Street, West is where the students reside. At the top of Central Park, No longer pimps or pushers in sight.   Nearby the Cathedral – St. John the Divine. Lady says donation to enter, Ten Dollars. Per … Continue reading

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