Daniel Kemp’s Books
Tag Archives: War
The Value Of War War puts no value on a conscience. But in war everyone has a price. Truth is the first cost of war Conscience travels beside those who think they’re right. People who are right die. Those that … Continue reading →
The Desolate Garden reached no. 45 on Amazon Best Sellers Rank! UPDATE… From Amazon..com at 18:00 02/11/2017 TOP 100 Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store) #1 in Kindle Store … Continue reading →
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 →
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 →
Was anyone watching in 45 when all was given peace? The dead had given their souls away for the living to find release. For forty-five years, a bomb held the day, with the brave holding fear. They cherished that threat … Continue reading →
A scar that should never heal Heartbreak that none should feel Wars fought for someones gain Oblivious to the worlds pain. © 2014, Danny Kemp. All rights reserved.