Monthly Archives: September 2018

We will screw you

Well I’ve heard there is a secret phrase Religions play, giving them a raise Well it goes like this:     We will screw you We will screw you We will screw you They want your faith to be strong, but … Continue reading

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The Appointment

  The Oldmeldrum farm machinery show went through its usual motions and visits were made to the various stands, showing their wares. No more than to Johnny’s, who had by far the most visitors, but the least sales returns to … Continue reading

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a cry for Freedom

I had a clear view louder than words that were selling a dream like apple and honey the conversations baffle a single cry for Freedom   In the big old pram I carry away their doubts that brought nothing to … Continue reading

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Unwelcome prompt

  Clearing the clutter in her room   I pulled apart the remnants   Of her torn unfulfilled short life   Through a window I saw again   All the way down to the railway   She carried her baby … Continue reading

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