Monthly Archives: June 2019

As The Wind Does Blow

As the tide does turn, With its ebb and flow. So a tree will bend, As the wind does blow. As a pain will ease, With a loving touch. So sorrow will fade, If the need is much. As all … Continue reading

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Your words of love that were shared with mine A truth that fell through a passage of time Hopes that were crushed and now have died A world that stopped when the tears were cried. © 2019 Daniel Kemp

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Should children read abridged classics?

Originally posted on Writing to be Read:
There are many wonderful classic books available to people who are interested in reading them. I have recently re-read War of the Worlds and The Time Machine, both by H.G. Wells and also…

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Take Me Away

If I sat on top of a lamppost And called out your name. Would you be happy to come and see me Or think me insane? If I called you my raspberry doughnut And pruned you once a year. Would … Continue reading

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