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THE DEATH OF HEROES

 It was quiet that Sunday morning in the summer of ‘97, we’d left early, a young man was my driver, He told me his name, I’d worked with his father a remarkable writer. Across the Thames, passing Parliament, I was prompted to tell him about that cold January day. I’d shown respect to that past […]

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OH LITTLE TOWN OF TENBY

 Below its high protective cliffs lies that soft carpet of expansive sand in an inviting shade of light brown, Distant from those busy towns and cities, perched upon a hill is this Welsh seaside town. Time here stands still, tradition rules where old values have never changed, Has a designer had an input with town […]

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THE PEOPLE’S VOTE

 For those abroad, whose sights were on this castle, now change your plan. Those within the walls pack your bags, prepare to leave whist you still can. Doubled the guard at the entrance gate, all visitors screened, no strangers allowed. To those who bond with our international friends, no longer allowed to be proud.    Imports […]

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ONE FINAL CRY

The sun was warm, the passion too, in the blue sky above. a chopper hovered. There were 700 thousand there plus god knows how many more that hadn’t bothered. Travelling from near and far to gather by the home of the winner at Waterloo. The young, the old, the left, the right, the poor the […]

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THE RIDDLE

Though we must control them, between the Irish Republic and the U.K. there must be no border. No checks or watchtowers allowed, no barriers, no patrols, not even a security warder,                To end the peace and return to violence, avoid a civil war, trigger the alarms, Mayday Mayday       All concur there must be no risk, […]

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TO THE CLIFF EDGE

 Will the rebels find the strength to support the cause to defy their party Or will they weaken, succumb to the whip, and turn coat with their loyalty Their leader promises one pledge to one but quite different to another. When all is said and done we must hold together, you are my sister, my […]

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