I love you on a summer’s dayoh how your blood shot eyes shine sothey melt my heart so tenderlyreminding me of piss holes in the snow. The way it flows in the windyour long brown hair, it is absurdcatching the light so tenderlyit shines just like a polished turd. On a brightly lit starry nightyourContinue reading “Love poem”
Once only in citiesdeprivation on streetsangels with dirty facesno shoes on their feetno warmth, no comfort, no foodwhoever they meet. Spare a thought for the wealthyhaving to see this spiltall over the streetway up to the hilthard life for a rich mana millionaires guilt. The first shall be lastthe table will turnthe hungry are fedtheContinue reading “The First Shall Be Last”
Our Ruby Wedding Anniversary Sun was shining bright on that summer’s daycruising along, wind in our hairjust you and I and an open topSo young and free, without a care. Soon came the day, those wedding bellsthat time when we declared ‘I do’the old ways were left behinda journey began to somewhere new. The followingContinue reading “Our Ruby Wedding Anniversary”
A dear old friend of mine past away in 2019.
To my faithful companion of 15 years
The Ten Lost Tribes of Israel This story goes back to the times of the Israelites taken into captivity by Assyria in 721 BC. This relates to the 10 northern tribes who settled in Halah and Habor (2 Kings 17:6). Note: all bible quotes are from the kjv unless otherwise stated. The Twelve Tribes ofContinue reading “The ten lost tribes of Israel”
Gargoyles Gargoyles are architectural structures. Made of stone, protruding from buildings and monuments of historical interest. Built with a channel of some type formed along the top and through the head to divert rainwater from the building. Thus protecting the mortar joints and masonry from erosion. Gargoyles protrude outward, sending the water spouting away fromContinue reading “Gargoyles”
The front line is fighting hardNightingales every onetending to the sicknot knowing when time’s donebraving every day the enemyuntil the day will come, when we’ll rejoiceand thank them every onethe Nightingales on the wardsin homes and all, bar nonewe’ll thank them for their valourby them the war is won. we owe them everythingthose that riskContinue reading “Nightingales”