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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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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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All That Breathe

Autumn leaves of burnished gold their life now over, their story told Fall from trees and gracefully lie, then fade from sight as they die. On grass, on paths, on ponds they lay, waiting patiently the rotting decay That awaits … Continue reading

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The Decay Of Mankind, by Danny Kemp

You fair weather sailor, you ne’er do well, Turn your bow northwards and feel the oceans swell. Unleash the main sail skywards, take captive the wind. Feel the power that was trapped, but now released from within. Go seek your … Continue reading

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Time Will Not Stand Still, by Danny Kemp

Silver birch in bright sunlight bathed, standing on a hilltop that’s velvety swathed. Yellow crocuses bursting through, cleaving their colour on this country view. Radiant shines this springlike scene upon a lonely hilltop, quiet and serene. The air blows cold. … Continue reading

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THE PRECIOUS WORDS OF LOVE, by Danny Kemp.

Speaks soft the voice of love as it whispers on the breeze, As it beats at your heart, as if it rustles through the leaves. Your senses come alive, in a way you’ve never known, As the words carried on … Continue reading

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BLACKBIRD, by Danny Kemp.

Blackbird. Two ways of life, encapsulated in a few lines. The first two lines, a repressed life. The second two, the fantasy of freedom. You have no master, no one to say; “you must do this, you must do that, … Continue reading

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AS THE WIND DOES BLOW.

  As the tide does turn, With its ebb and flow. So a tree will bend,  As the wind does blow. As a heart does ease, With a loving touch. So a memory will return, If the pain is too … Continue reading

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Can You Change The Wind? By Danny Kemp

Could You? See yourself as others do. Stand outside, apart from you. Look inside and see your soul. Understand what makes you whole. Would You? Face the outrage of discontent. Ignore the protests of the malcontent. By being true to … Continue reading

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