Daniel Kemp’s Books
Tag Archives: life
If two fall in love
Then both have lost.
When the love that was freely given
Takes a life as its cost! Continue reading →
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 →
The Past If I were to live not one more day, If I never saw you before I pass away, Know that in my heart I loved you dear. Keep my love close to you, forever near. Fall in … Continue reading →
Random asked of Chaos, “is there a way you could define the difference between us two? Perhaps you could tell a story, and in that way make it interesting too!” “There was a time,” said Chaos “when I reigned … Continue reading →
We, as humans, I’m including myself in that collective plural although I can understand why some may think differently of me, are the only living form on this planet that can reason, understand a point of view held by others, … Continue reading →
As happiness is simply a concept, and pure love only lived in a dream, If your imagination became your reality, could life be lived to the extreme? As the extreme must by nature be infinite, then how could one ever … Continue reading →
We are but players in kaleidoscopic dreams. Life is our stage and not all is as it seems! © 2014, Danny Kemp. All rights reserved.
I came across a treasure chest, but it was not money I found within. Instead there was a woman’s face, with a broad, welcoming grin. Bemused I asked and enquired of her why she lay with such a smile, And … Continue reading →