Tag Archives: God

God’s Distribution of Luck

  I came out of a hospital yesterday having had a catheter and stent finally removed after, in the case of the stent—seven weeks. I was unlucky in some ways with the operation I’d had, but lucky in others and … Continue reading

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Thanks

I was agonising over my latest visit to the hospital thinking of all the bad stories I’d heard about people with similar problems and how they were affected after having catheters removed. So, when I was discharged yesterday after a … Continue reading

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A Dream That Was Lost (An Epic)

Where It Began Hope got lost when he was very young Faith was waiting but he just wouldn’t come. Will came instead and with Faith made a team They don’t say very much, but what they do say they mean. … Continue reading

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Christmas

  I would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone who reads anything I write a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. To be safe in a  peaceful world is maybe too much to ask for, however, I … Continue reading

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Introspection

Life without a friend is death without a witness. A witness does not always see the truth And as truth can sometimes be ignored Ignoring the needs of a friend is to die alone! © 2016, Danny Kemp. All rights reserved.

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The Talker

An amusing, but thoroughly irreverent short story of 2,300 words Chapter One The Talker Rosalina Orsini was Italian by lineage, English by birth and old by God’s decree. She could, and did, live with those first two characterisations, the last, … Continue reading

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A Damocles Tear

The sun disappeared in a distance sky As a woman walked home with a tear in her eye. A laugh shared at work, but there’s no one at home Few understand what it’s like to be on your own. Home … 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 Contrasting Life

A bright shining moon in a tomb coloured sky. Contrasts we see as the years slip by. Winters that are warm, summers that are cold, These and many more things we see as we get old. December is finishing, it’s … 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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