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fossil

a relic unearthed
stories etched in windswept bone
better left untold

© Anthony Gorman 2017

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Poem

Union Power: The Wings of an Eagle Attached to a Pigeon Head

I’ve “excavated” this essay of mine from the deep-end of my archive in view of the Construction Forestry Mines Energy Union’s, CFMEU, threatening decision to publish the names and addresses of building watchdog inspectors with the aim that their “kids will be ashamed of who their parents are.” This union as king-maker, whose power is unparalleled in the industrial history of the country, which can crown and dethrone leaders of the Labor Party, as it did by appointing Bill Shorten as the federal leader of the ALP, has not the slightest concern that by naming the families of these inspectors puts at high risk the safety of their spouses and children. 2,917 more words

Politics

Dinosaurs, dinosaurs, everywhere!

Greetings Penguins! 

I hope you are enjoying your half-term so far :)

As you know our topic for next term is Animals and we start off with 2 weeks of Dinosaurs! 103 more words

Understandingtheworld

Stories on Whalls: St. Marys Church, Bleasby, Nottinghamshire

St Mary’s Church, Bleasby. Nottinghamshire 1910,  known as the “Magnificat” window and the easternmost window in the south wall of the nave, this window is a memorial to Henry Lewis Williams, who was the vicar at St Mary’s for twenty-two years, from 1888 to 1910. 312 more words

Stories On Whalls

Big Bird...

I finally got a good look at the woodpecker that has done some major excavations on the old cherry tree. And this one is huge. This looks like a female Pileated Woodpecker and she is about 14 inches from crest to end of tail feather. 60 more words

Photography