St. George, the Dragon and Patriotism

April 23, 2014

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St. George and the Dragon

Saint George‘s Day, a day when England shows its pride in being English and everything England. The day always brings a smile to my face every year at all the so-called patriotism of those people who ‘celebrate’ this day and the irony of it all. The same goes for St Patrick and Ireland as he […]

Apple

April 7, 2014

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Apple

We’re each alone even when surrounding by others we love Never sure where we’re headed Nothing fitting like a glove A bite of the apple we want to take But rotten to the core and we feel much too late Still though we dream in our thoughts alone whether out with friends or amongst others […]

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A Thousand Rainbows

April 7, 2014

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Lonely Man

I remember when I saw you For the first time tears did fall From that moment on You had me in your thrall (chorus) You’re more beautiful than a thousand rainbows Even a billion exploding stars And forever you distract me An obsession from afar No pot of gold will I ever find As I […]

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Crescendo No.3

March 24, 2014

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Calm before the Storm

(Chorus) Pressure tight in his chest Always trying to do his best Never good enough for those to please Like a crescendo it builds to a release Building, growing in his soul Silent at first ans it grows Then it builds to a rumble This quite man shall no more be humble (Chorus) Pressure tight […]

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The Executioners Call

March 24, 2014

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Executioner's Block and Axe

And the drum beats still as I walk to the unknown Will the Executioner be swift? or will he strike home? I have no idea as to who is to atone? As the crowds bay for blood and others groan Awaiting the moment when the axe strikes home And heads will roll as the innocent […]

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Climbing Rope

March 17, 2014

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Climbing Rope

He thinks back to his school days Wondering what was the point of it all Most of it was worthless to him he now says It set him up for a fall His friends think the same as he A girl he’s known for years more so For they never achieved what they wanted to […]

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Camden Town

March 17, 2014

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Camden Town

In Camden town there is a clown Who’s crazy days are wild This clown never seems to frown Not that you’d notice, his manner mild Games to play he has in store Anticipation he does feel It’s his rules, his clown law Everyone knows the deal He won’t stray from his plan This path he […]

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