Tag Archives: Poetry

Religious Syncretism? IX… Stuart France

* “Do we know who the the author is?” “Do we ever know who the author is?” “Do we know who the author is purported to be?” “Gilgamesh existed as the legendary protagonist in a number of Sumerian poems long … Continue reading

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Maxims … Stuart France

* Fight fire with fire And the world is burning. * Continue reading

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I am with you – by Balroop Singh #writephoto

On the wings of freedom Soaring higher than the clouds If you could divest those earthly shrouds To embrace this evanescent experience I am with you. Together we quit the foolish faction That takes pleasure in strife and command In … Continue reading

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Wings by Joelle Le Gendre #writephoto

Upon your wings I soared, to heights I’d not believed destiny allowed. Clouded eyes stared without soul, and still I treasure love’s gift. Source: Wings #writephoto

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Nut (roast)

We all know the dangers Of sun tan and burn, But sometimes the hard way’s The one way to learn. Though doubtless he’ll brown Like a nice piece of toast, At present my son Is a bright, beetroot roast. Unusual … Continue reading

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Who is Tallis Steelyard?

Reblogged from Jaye Marie and Anita Dawes: Today we welcome Tallis Steelyard to our blog. He has kindly come along with another of his lovely stories.   This image is a painting by the great Frank Frazetta, an artist my … Continue reading

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Maybe…

It’s been all sticky, hot and torrid, Now, the weather’s downight horrid; All we’ve got is clouds and rain.. The English summer’s back again. The roses glowing in the sun Have lost their petals, one by one, Weighed down beneath … Continue reading

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