Tag Archives: freedom

End of Day

The day slowly draws To a halt Ambiguous to say The least I could spend another hour speculating as to what it Meant! Gulls cry “freedom” Their echoes penetrate The now empty building Just before The six o’clock bell Rings … Continue reading

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Leaving Whispers in the Streets

Autumn windows stare out on to Winter streets A freezing chill Pricks the skin Deadens the fingertips Fast approaching six For some the working day is Almost done The hustle and bustle of Moving feet That feeling of freedom And … Continue reading

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Woven Like a Fabric

approaching winter awakens my focus on yesteryear perhaps the notion of life, society and the eternal circle though modernity is still an infant struggling to be ever new confident, even arrogant each day must be different manipulated where necessary yet … Continue reading

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Chinese Boxes

coffee! that delicate bitter taste an addictive aroma that lingers lightly in the nose however brief it levitates the mind releases perhaps create a grain of thought the oddest proposition that freedom is a contradiction a paradox true freedom carries … Continue reading

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It Was A Taste

a sky perfect blue though the earth is white a blackbird yellow and black against the white it was a taste of freedom but, for a moment By Paolo Michell

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Just Wondering!

what sorrow that time should kidnap youth and Fate should revel in the consequences mere mortal human plays hide and seek from these masters of the universe and all the while we are searching for our destiny if not already … Continue reading

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