Monthly Archives: March 2012

Danny Kemp. (First Attempt at a Short Story.)

FOREVER. I’m five today. I don’t know what being five means, but yesterday no one gave me presents and today I’ve got tons. I like being five. Mum said that it means that she has been my Mum for five … Continue reading

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Danny Kemp.

The very first ‘Pub’ that my wife and I took, was in the idyllic village of Headcorn in The Weald of Kent. We followed all our belongings, carried in the back of a furniture lorry, along the congested Motorway, turning … Continue reading

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The View From The Cab.

Some of the most interesting and colourful characters found in London are some of the most unnoticeable if you’re not looking carefully enough. Newspaper vendors on Street corners, peddling the latest sensationalism in rain wind and sun, see all different … Continue reading

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Danny Kemp.

Danny Kemp Author of The Desolate Garden. I’m a 62 year old, second time round married man, who almost twenty years ago inherited a ready made family of two children, one of each gender. They were young teenagers who, like … Continue reading

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Danny Kemp.

Words of warning to all you Ladies out there. We are constantly told nowadays that concentration is needed as we drive upon the shared busy roads where we work or simply use to travel along. “Don’t use mobile phones! Be … Continue reading

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The View From The Cab.

What a great day in London today, warm sun and sights to behold! St.James Park was a vision with the spring plants flowing brilliant shades of colour in the warmth of the sun. The Queen was out and about, showing … Continue reading

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