Monthly Archives: January 2018

International Holocaust Rememberence Day – 27th January

No shortage of stories that tug heavily at the heart strings; the conscience of those who can stop to think for a moment; that nag at the literary minds of those who continue to write and remind us of the … Continue reading

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Walking home from church. Like seeing the sun rise over the week ahead, mind full of penitence, a righteous child, wrapped in reverential warmth and a sense of duty fulfilled. That place of comfort, as short lived as chocolate, such … Continue reading

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The Horizon Written … A New Musical Composition

A new composition from composer, Joseph Alen Shaw, is indicative of a man of considerable musical talent, who doesn’t let the grass grow under his feet. Not for the first time, has he used poetry to inspire musical composition. Last … Continue reading

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A Voice in The Wilderness

(For Harry) Metastasising senses forever unfathomable darkening eyes, off to visit another place in the long grass. As you ferret for your quarry, so many lives you follow to play with once again, returning each night to your bed. We … Continue reading

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