A Reason For Everything

November 23, 2014

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Wheel of Fortune Tarot card Picture courtesy of alofsaxu.com

I sit and think of the year that’s past Even further back does my mind cast Of all that’s been done and all that’s gone I wonder what road is now right, not wrong The choices we make are ours to do But an outside influence can confuse us too For the path of our […]

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Wild and Free

November 23, 2014

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Northern Lights in Sweden by night sky photographer Chad Blakley

Not for me your built-up cities where people live with insecurities Far too self-absorbed to notice life as it passes them by in the blink of an eye Not for me your Ibiza or Dubai Places where money goes along with a high Nothing there but a soulless existence where people live with false pretence […]

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Saturday’s Ghost

November 22, 2014

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At home alone

Oh the days I remember well When I used to party like hell From noon till dawn I’d play Others would fall throughout the day The things we did were harmless enough There was no need for anything rough But legendary we became then Those days gone, never again I’ve found people change as time […]

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Like a whirlwind

November 22, 2014

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Friends playing around

Like a whirlwind she stormed into his life No escaping her, impossible to hide Blowing in, she swept him up It’s hard not to fall in love Not though in a romantic way Never like that, no, not what the gossip’s say Just someone like her to care for deeply For someone like her to […]

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Divine Wind

November 22, 2014

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Legend holds that the kamikaze, or "divine wind," prevented the Mongolian invasion of Japan in 1281, as depicted in this 19th-century piece by artist Issho Yada. Photograph by Koji Nakamura, National Geographic

This poem is based on an article I read on the National Geographic website which you can read here The fleet set sail on calm waters Full of the arrogance of the conqueror For all had fell before their might The Japanese would now fall to their sword But the people of the east had […]

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Gotham: Spirit of the Goat review

November 18, 2014

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Gotham: Spirit of the Goat Picture courtesy of www.bagogames.com

The storyline This weeks Gotham starts ten years before with a madman putting a creepy mask over his head saying he is the spirit of the goat. Bullock and his then partner are on to a man called Randall who they suspect as the serial killer of three people they are hunting. They find him […]

Leaders of Men

November 16, 2014

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The House of Commons during prime minister's questions. Photograph: PA/ www.theguardian.com

Here we go again, politicians fighting over money Power too they squabble over, no more is this funny The whole of Europe like a pack of rabid dogs Fighting over a piece of meat, these self made demi-gods Elections loom over a darkened land And the people are kept in check by a warning hand […]

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