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New music video!

Haven’t done a lot of lyric videos, so I thought it was about time. Friendly Fire is an up and coming single that will feature lots of bonus goodies, but why hold all the treats in? 50 more words

Maria Bohm

Wilfred Owen - "The Last Laugh"

The Last Laugh

‘O Jesus Christ! I’m hit,’ he said; and died.

Whether he vainly cursed or prayed indeed,
        The Bullets chirped—In vain, vain, vain!

        Machine-guns chuckled—Tut-tut! 67 more words
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Freebie Friday 6 March 2015

And a happy Friday to you all!

“March-hare” by Sir John Tenniel (28 February 1820 – 25 February 1914)

I couldn’t decide what piece of music to add today so you can pick your own touch of… 349 more words

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The Wilfred Owen Association

Just a quick post but I am delighted and proud to say that my hand stitched portrait of Wilfred Owen has its own page on the… 83 more words

Hand And Machine Stitching

Poetically Speaking: Mental Cases by Wilfred Owen

Following my review of The Heroes’ Welcome it seemed appropriate to choose a poem from the first world war for this Poetically Speaking.  Flicking through a lovely anthology by Gaby Morgan, Poems from the First World War, I came upon this.   274 more words

Poetically Speaking

Taste and see: The Sorrow and the Pity

The first reading on Sunday came from the book of Genesis.

In the light of Christian revelation it points us to the self-sacrifice of Christ, Son of Mary and Son of God: a self-offering which win salvation for us. 547 more words

Catholic Faith