Tag Archives: Winter

A Contrasting Life

A bright shining moon in a tomb coloured sky. Contrasts we see as the years slip by. Winters that are warm, summers that are cold, These and many more things we see as we get old. December is finishing, it’s … 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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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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Does The Devil Live In Winter? By Danny Kemp

Bright sunny days following clear starry nights. The days are chilly but longer grows solar light. Winter has yet to show its teeth, Its cold claws and talons kept ensheathe. Spring awaits those with dreams Of wistful thoughts and beguiling … Continue reading

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An Unrequited Love, by Danny Kemp

An Unrequited Love Through an icy mist my eyes did gaze Upon a grassy field set white ablaze. Lonely freezing tears it  had cried Whilst begging for a winter bride. No love it shared, nor hand to hold To save … Continue reading

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