Daniel Kemp’s Books
Monthly Archives: August 2014
The cover of the latest collection of my poetry. Available soon as a Kindle and printed book.
As summer ends in all but the mind, Days and nights turn into a different kind. Morning mists and an early moon, Herald the coming of the year’s end soon. Autumn flatters the fading trees, Painting golden their dying … Continue reading →
As soon as I was born I decided that to become the most efficient bladder this world had ever seen, needed application and practise. I set about my task, from an early age, with vigour and forthright intent. It was … Continue reading →
LIVING, is for the expectant. LIFE, is those dreams constraint. For both, death is the final limitation. How does “TO BE ALIVE” translate?
My legs won’t walk, my lungs can’t breathe. Soon I’ll be crawling along on my knees. My head is swimming, my eyes are weak. I have no wish to try to speak. My mouth is dry, my tongue is on … Continue reading →
Side By Side, by Danny Kemp Hold the hand that’s offered, Tightly in your own. Share the love that’s whispered Until no longer you feel alone. Live the dream together, As only lovers are able to do Side by side … Continue reading →
A German’s View on Islam – worth reading because this is by far the best explanation of the Muslim terrorist situation I have ever read. His references to past history are accurate and clear. The author of this email is … Continue reading →
For The Young Ones, OR, The Young At Heart. In the shadowy depths beneath the trees, Lived a badger known as ‘Please.’ He was so polite that his elders did say, “He deserves a Gold Star for being that way.” … Continue reading →
Speaks soft the voice of love as it whispers on the breeze, As it beats at your heart, as if it rustles through the leaves. Your senses come alive, in a way you’ve never known, As the words carried on … Continue reading →