Monthly Archives: August 2019

Homicide for Three (1948)

Originally posted on Noirish:
vt An Interrupted Honeymoon; vt Whispers in the Dark US / 60 minutes / bw / Republic Dir: George Blair Assoc Pr: Stephen Auer Scr: Bradbury Foote, Albert DeMond Story: A Puzzle for Puppets (1944) by…

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When Life Is Done

If you show me a love Like I’ve never seen, And show me kindness, That has never been.   Then I’ll give you my loyalty, Trust and faith. I’ll give you a love That you can taste.   That taste … Continue reading

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To Write

One could use a pen to write a story, but it’s a heart that bleeds the words. © 2019, Daniel Kemp All rights reserved

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A Tease

I touched the heart of a star once and felt her throbbing heart. We took an oath of allegiance that we would never part. She encouraged me with tender words which vitalised my soul. She took my very breath away … Continue reading

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A Life

In the silence of the dreams is where my devil lives And in no memories in my mind do I find room to forgive The demands that were made before a conscience was born Leaving lives that were buried and … Continue reading

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#Openbookbloghop – The Writing Process

Originally posted on Roberta Writes:
What is the most difficult part of your artistic process? This is an intriguing question which I can only answer if I first break down what I think my own writing process is. I have…

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Fleeing

She was on her own, at least for me that is how I saw her. In the midst of that company, who swirled around like moths to a light, full of show and puerile trite. My mind was pure, sacred … Continue reading

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Two Old-Fashion Poems Of Love

A heart that was broken then laid to rest Will slowly rot before it reaches its time for death. Sailing high from its sorrow it must rise above, And search for the happiness it once found in love. © 2019, … Continue reading

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A Painting

Words have no owners. Silently they float disguised as thoughts waiting for a home, then if they find a receptive mind they grow, becoming a painting of so many colours that once put together correctly they become a masterpiece that … Continue reading

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Don’t Go Outside

There are ghosts fast come approaching I saw them ducking through the dark. Their eyes were hollow, still, and frightening. The look on their face was grey and stark. I heard a voice croaking and wheezing As blood dripped from … Continue reading

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