Monthly Archives: September 2017

GOSPEL

They came to the place slowly; climbing up the three thousand feet of heather, rock and scree. As they raised their heads, a beam of light shone at them through the clouds. “A miracle,” said Hangus. “The gods are with … Continue reading

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no way to go

awaiting the succulent pancakes, watching the leeks and daffodils, abiding the resilience or resistance to the human race agony, marching on again to sackcloth and ashes, any way it’s a toss up; perpetuated by old thought, old minds, killing the … Continue reading

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Connecting

Where are you when the going gets hard? When I need you the most? When the well is dry? When I am lost? When I cry? I stop. When I cope I feel you there, You give me hope, All … Continue reading

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Holding on

Holding on, I’m holding on I see you tug through the mist Holding on, I’m holding on As you tug me upside down Colour goes, you’re black and white Give all the treasure and junk For a moment of more … Continue reading

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