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Youngbloods 


​Joined at the hips with vanity
We danced at its many fairs
Buttocks swung our each and every way
And many corruptions over us held sway… 137 more words

Original Works

Reminiscence

A sweet story

travels its own reminiscence

as how it was told

in times of plenty

when the dwelling pond didn’t dry up

in the times passed filling it again… 57 more words

Poems

Ironing Day - Poem in Honor of My Mom

My mother passed away a little over a year ago. Today would be her birthday. I wrote this poem a few years back and am sharing it now in memory of her. 167 more words

Life

Cherry Blossomed (Part 3)

Today is the day, three banal years had passed, time to listen to her last words. The Walkman was in my hands, I plugged in the earphones into it, and it did not turn on, I forgot to charge it. 1,345 more words

Life

The Counter Break 2017

So it’s been a long time since I’ve blogged, and for anyone who used to read my blog regularly (years ago) it would seem as if I’ve disappeared off the face of the planet. 803 more words

Reminiscence

Oranges - video poem (3 and a half mins)

A little flash of colour in winter.  Delightful gentle poem.  Written by Gary Soto.  Enacted in video.  Charming.

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Dementia Friendly Screenings at the Stratford-upon-Avon Picturehouse

The Stratford-upon-Avon Picturehouse are delighted to announce two forthcoming Dementia-Friendly Screenings  due to take place in the coming weeks.

Wednesday 8th March 12:00

Dad’s Army:  62 more words