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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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