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Monthly Archives: December 2014
In these days of winter, when the frost lays thick and fast, Does your mind drift unto memories that happened in your past? Were they ones of happiness, did they make you glad? Or are there lingering ones that bring … Continue reading →
I would like to wish those that read my blog a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
An Unrequited Love Through an icy mist my eyes did gaze Upon a grassy field set white ablaze. Lonely freezing tears it had cried Whilst begging for a winter bride. No love it shared, nor hand to hold To save … Continue reading →
I can remember riding a bike downhill, trying to wear out a pair of shoes my parents had bought me that I didn’t like. I can remember the day my heart raced, after I’d told a lie and been found … Continue reading →
A dog chasing a bird is something so quite absurd, that is needs no remarking on. A news reporter reporting the news without adding their own views, is something I’d like to escape from. The police recording crime takes such … Continue reading →