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Change What Is To Come?

  From the earnest, solemn whispers of promises to come To the whispering slap of the bullet as fired from the gun There were few records of what could have been changed To prevent that innocent child becoming a madman … Continue reading

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The Hope Of Hope: Part Four

Never allow the Devil to undervalue you Suddenly Belief recovered and dragged Faith to his feet. “Come,” he said. “We must go find Hope and Will. But we must be discreet! “But aren’t they both dead?” Faith uttered in surprise … Continue reading

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Memories

Puddles of reflection are like mirrors to the mind. Images left behind you with their view redefined. A canopy of cover, a buffer to the pain. Puddles of reflection rippling in the rain. © 2016, Danny Kemp. All rights reserved

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Time For A Funny One

A Woman Rugby Player… There was something about Emma that reminded me of Frank. I couldn’t put my finger on it, but she smelled quite rank! It could have been the odour that oozed from her body, Or that she … Continue reading

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All That Breathe

Autumn leaves of burnished gold their life now over, their story told Fall from trees and gracefully lie, then fade from sight as they die. On grass, on paths, on ponds they lay, waiting patiently the rotting decay That awaits … Continue reading

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The Mother and Son Who Make the Fun

Available for 99p 4 August. Book Three in the Teddy and Tilly’s travels Chapter One One gloriously sunny afternoon when Tilly was helping her mother to carry in the dried washing from the line stretched over the long grass at … Continue reading

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Percy Crow A Story of Secrets, Deceit and Damned Lies

Both Kindle and Paperback available Saturday 25 July! Synopsis: Percy Crow, twice captured in World War Two, first by the Nazis and then by the Russians, escapes in the bilges of a freighter from Soviet Russia to Hamburg where he … Continue reading

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A Washer, A Washer. My Kingdom For A Washer!

Tongue-in-cheek not to be taken seriously, but then again! My proposal of declaring independence for the south-east of England has been put on hold for the sake of a washer! Yes, I kid you not. A simple tap washer. Several … Continue reading

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