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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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Cemeteries Are Full Of Bodies That Despair Has Enslaved

Following on from The Hope Of Hope. Now Hope had joined the others and forward they did stride But their mission seemed impossible as access was denied. Minds had been infected by the forces of evil and dark. The Devil … Continue reading

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The Shade Of A Tree

If you lay me beneath a tree Then the seasons I’ll watch come and go. The birds will nestle merrily And serenade me as I sleep below. Choose a tree that’s full and tall So in it is shade I … Continue reading

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What Would I See?

If death was to paint its picture what colour would it be? Set in non-reflective black, or would your face I see? Would it shine brightly etched in marble, Or hide in the shadows like a thief? Where is the … Continue reading

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Do You Know?

I hear you! Your voice is silent, but it invades the air. You deny hope to the living, Leaving bodies to rot in despair. I sense you! I feel, I smell you. I taste, Your lavish scent of greed As … Continue reading

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A Simple Question

  If the eradication of failure would mean that all could achieve success, When will control of the population be the question that some will address? When failure is no longer an option, and the weak have been removed, Will … Continue reading

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A Statue of Sand

The trees were filled with birds at song, but that scene didn’t last for long. As man stretched out his grasping hand, taking over that verdant land. The rich got richer, the poor more poor. Greed and avarice reached every … Continue reading

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A Cosmic Contraction

Did conscious thought precede the consciousness of actions or did they coincide with a catastrophic cosmic contraction? Would the contraction of one’s own moral sense of wrong help one to feel at home in modern society and thereby belong? If … Continue reading

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Understanding, by Danny Kemp

A bare barked tree standing dead against the sky. Birds sit atop and their gentle song they cry. The stream washes away any remaining roots, While squirrels go about their own selfish pursuits.   An old woman stands alone, unable … Continue reading

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An Unscarred Past

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

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