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Endless

Endless Give me something of what I need Give me a reason to stay awake Give me the love that I gave to you Give me rage till my body does ache Show me the scars and tell me why … Continue reading

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Again

Again To smell the perfume of an unfurling rose. To relive the moment when it was love you chose. To know the sublime feeling of a summers night, As you lay together until the breaking daylight. © 2020, Daniel Kemp … Continue reading

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The Kiss

Lilac walls and pink settees Hexagon tables with cups of tea Ritzy people righting the wrong A pianist playing whilst singing a song Glasses clicking under corks that pop Laughter and kisses painting the backdrop A woman in love, it’s … Continue reading

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Only Love

  The mind can give you wisdom. Truth can cleanse your soul. Compassion can you give peace But it’s only love that will make you whole. © 2019 Daniel Kemp All rights reserved

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Reach As High As You Can

Reach As Far As You Can. “How high is the sky?” Asked the boy of his mum, Engaging his inquisitive eye. “That’s strange you ask, as I asked the same when I was a girl And my mind was in … Continue reading

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My Dream Of Ireland

I first wrote this in 2015 as a song, but I’ve redone it today. * I’ll cross the sea that lays before me And swim ashore on foreign land. There to rest my aching body With the clover in my hand. … Continue reading

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Only Two Can Share

A star broke from the sky one night And floated like a dream. From its kiss, it needed to incite The love it came to redeem.   A wave burst onto a stony shore It stayed until the rocks were … Continue reading

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The Simple Truth

What call you love? What call you life? What is it you do that makes you-you? Tell me your truth. Tell me your lie. But bring love to my life then let me die. © 2018, Danny Kemp All rights … Continue reading

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The Bells of Life, by Danny Kemp

  In the near distance a church bell rings, The same nightly tune before the chorister starts the hymns, The church stands for tradition and for what some believe. The bell signals a place of peace, where one can grieve. Religion … Continue reading

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A Cockney Boy, by Danny Kemp

A Cockney Boy I’m thankful I’m a London boy, that’s where I was born, bred and raised. I’ll stay a London boy until the end of my days. I don’t want to change a thing, I’m proud of what I … Continue reading

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