Tag Archives: Danny Kemp

A Christmas Story

The man put down his shotgun and stared straight ahead. Every target had been shattered and now were laying dead. With only hours left till Christmas, how could he be so cruel? Was he really a seasoned murderer or just … Continue reading

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Christmas Cards

I never send my wife a Christmas card. I could say I believe them a rip-off in the sense of the price, the queuing to pay for it and the sentimental old tosh that’s written inside, but none of those … Continue reading

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Mother and Child

Flickering raindrops on telephone wires. Chimneys in the distance standing like gothic spires. There is no sun only streetlights alight, It’s the morning, but it could be the middle of the night. Muddied meadows, swollen streams, Did the mild autumn … Continue reading

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Notice!

If you like sliding down chimneys and you don’t mind being pulled by a Deer. I know of a job you can apply for that will be available soon this year. You must like spreading joy and laughter and you’ll … Continue reading

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Beyond What’s Old

  The crows fly low on a day such as this, As the cold eats the air then blows it out as a mist. Branches are naked their leaves now gone, Leaving birds all huddled in a whimpering throng.   The … Continue reading

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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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The attack on Paris last night is an attack on the freedom that all of us in the western, civilised world currently enjoy, but what is a civilised answer to it and is there a single one? I would imagine … Continue reading

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An Irish Dream

Today I drink and ne’er again will be sober, Till I cross the sea that lays before me And swim ashore on foreign land. There to rest my aching body Neath the stars that’ll shine on me. Fare you well … 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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