Browsing All Posts published on »Oct, 2014«

The Call

Oct 18, 2014

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It’s time to follow those dreams long dreamt To do those thing that have always been said To follow in the footsteps of the great and the good Maybe even to write that book To travel to the far corners of this tempestuous Earth To live a life through spiritual rebirth To seek out something […]

What Can It Be?

Oct 17, 2014

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Why is her head the way it is Thinking like this when she’s drunk Now she’s sober, her head’s a mess The pain intense, her heart sunk What is it she needs to make it go away To free her of what she feels each day To soar the heights of a bird in the […]

Lost

Oct 17, 2014

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This cold October day she sits gazing out of the window Cold outside and cold within She asks herself will it ever end This endless cycle of shivers Thoughts tumble through her mind Rolling like an infernal drumbeat Lost is she in this rain and hail The drops roll down like tears of desperation Where […]

Don’t Be A Sheep

Oct 17, 2014

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His stinging eyes looking at picturesque skies Wonders what’s beyond the clouds Imagination runs wild, eyes like pies Burning with dreams through the misty shroud So much to do, so much to see All he dreams of within his grasp To fit it all in five lifetimes would he need Hands would grip them like […]

Jackal’s All

Oct 13, 2014

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The Tory blue have lost their way The kippers are having their day Rising from resentment they have But they are just as bad The Labour red have long moved left Not listening to what’s been said The Liberal’s only liberal themselves The rest of us can burn in hell Jackal’s all, they prey on […]

Gotham: Pilot Review

Oct 13, 2014

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Gotham starts with a young Selina Kyle stealing milk and escaping only to witness a young Bruce Wayne‘s parents being killed in front of him by someone who stole a wallet and jewels. She sits by and watches doing nothing. Jim Gordon is called out to the scene of the crime along with his reluctant […]

Doctor Who: Mummy on the Orient Express Review

Oct 13, 2014

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I have been looking forwards to this episode since I saw the title even after the announcement of ‘comedian’ Frank Skinner (Perkins) being given a part in it. I have never found the man funny but sometimes actors make brilliant serious actors and can bring a depth to a character. This episode, written by Jamie […]

Blowing Like A Leaf

Oct 11, 2014

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See the man with hands deep in his pockets Walking along against the wind, Has he lost it? For he mumbles away to himself, nodding his head Who can tell nowadays, with invisible headsets? But take a closer look at his clothes Dirty and dishevelled is he, people does he coast For he knows that […]

Dawn’s First Light

Oct 11, 2014

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The Trident Hotel in my beloved Kinsale set me a challenge to write a poem to match the picture below. Visit John Collins photography here and please visit the wonderful Trident Hotel and Kinsale as soon as possible. You will not regret it. The mist creeps across the harbour walls Across the water enveloping all […]

Tears of a Song Unsung

Oct 11, 2014

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You realise that you are alone When no one is at the end of the phone All are now sadly gone leaving tears of a song unsung