Changing Tide

October 29, 2014

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Bowling Harbour Boat Graveyard, Scotland Picture courtesy of www.urbanghostsmedia.com

I heard today how change sadly has come Under a golden harbour sun That much has been lost, sold away Whilst some have been left to decay Winter comes to close the summer season Along with shops and bars with sad reason The town now full of wraiths No-one out now to play Price wars […]

Posted in: Poetry

Gotham: The Balloonman review

October 27, 2014

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gotham.jpg www.independent.co.uk

Episode 3 of Gotham begins with a corrupt banker being attached to a large balloon and elevated into the sky. Selina Kyle leading Jim Gordon to the scene of the Wayne’s death, relaying what she saw. She escapes not long after he takes her there. Meanwhile Cobblepot arrives back in Gotham, killing another person who […]

Ramblings of a Jumbled Mind

October 27, 2014

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Drunk for a Penny

One drink, two drinks, three drinks, four Like a conveyor belt they arrive ever more As they go down So the mind does too Into strange places and darkened rooms And then the drunken ramblings start From a crowded mind and a heavy heart These confused thoughts seep from locked rooms Only leaking out in […]

Posted in: Poetry

Spinning the Wheel

October 27, 2014

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Art: The World's Biggest Wheel of Life www.tricycle.com

Made a decision the other day One that’s been a long time in coming One that needs to be done I felt relief when said out loud A great weight lifted from my soul Risen from me and flown away I need to break from the cycle I am in Otherwise I will keep spinning […]

Posted in: Poetry

Doctor Who: In the Forest of the Night review

October 26, 2014

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In the Forest of the Night by Stuart Manning

The Doctor starts this episode by landing his Tardis in a forest whilst wanting to go to London. He is confused by this and is about to try again when there is a knock on the Tardis door. He opens it to find a little girl named Maebh there who tells him Clara has sent […]

The Hunter

October 25, 2014

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Hunting Wolf

The seasons come, the seasons go come rain or shine or falling snow He comes to look for food to eat the hunter knows where’s fish or meat He smells the air and listens hard eyes alert, always on the guard For he knows another this way comes but he is prepared to defend or […]

Posted in: Poetry, Wildlife

The Politician’s Scraps

October 25, 2014

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Tottenham, north London. Photograph: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images www.theguardian.com

So back to normal now the riots are turned down in heat The politicians fight for scraps, vultures over a piece of meat All for the power and glory of a political seat They as bad as the rioters, all too neat Maybe this time though they will learn from their mistake And will give […]

Posted in: Poetry
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