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An Unscarred Past

I can remember riding a bike downhill, trying to wear out a pair of shoes my parents had bought me that I didn’t like.

I can remember the day my heart raced, after I’d told a lie and been found out. 158 more words

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A Window View.

The Window View
Misty dew on velvet lay,
Crows arriving at the opening day.
A babbling brook in distance flow,
The sun is shy, hiding from show. 17 more words

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Once In A While, by Danny Kemp

As if by magic it did rise

From a sea so tranquillised.

A crashing wave in a mighty swell,

An agonising look it did compel. 59 more words

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First Chapter Of....A Shudder From Heaven.

Chapter One

The Letter

It would appear from your many generous contributions and what I have gathered from fellow followers of God’s teachings, that you are a good and faithful man. 1,048 more words

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Your Mum! By Danny Kemp

Who is there to hold your hand so tight

When you are lonely and afraid at night?

Who is there in the morning when you wake… 78 more words

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A Divine Myth, OR A Northern Love? By Danny Kemp

Polaris joins together the Bears in the celestial sky.

He’s the pivot that hold the key, but it’s a mystery as to why.

I hope to shed some truth on why that may be. 182 more words

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Do You Know What Sage And Onion Have In Common With Shakespeare? By Danny Kemp

This week, here in the UK, we celebrate the seven-hundredth wedding anniversary of Sage and Onion. 

The two were married in a cauldron when a banquet was being prepared for King Gareth-Barry of Wales, at Castle Dunsinane, when he was entertaining King Duncan of Ireland and King Cardun of Norway. 335 more words

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