a dog… or a pussy cat? You be the judge.
Protect the Spartan child on the mount Bring him down the mount and back to health Defend the warrior, enveloped in battle Covertly, surreptitiously, by stealth Be Provedore to the unprotected Without they do not go nor suffer yet Support the weak, coerced, from … Continue reading the Spartan child
A moonlit shadow appeared that dark night, Bright as ever was the sunburnt day. Hail sweet sunshine, with a smile. Dark, grey cloud, suspend, delay. Serendipitous was the chance encounter, Surreptitiously he left. Hark at the raindrops, softly, sweetly. Awaken, she did, surprised, bereft. Raindrops … Continue reading sweet sunshine
Recently my very own Prime Minister declared the need for “restraint” in the wake of the terror attacks in Paris and Mali. According to some sources, there have been 291 terror attacks in the course of the 2015 calendar year thus far, (to the 26th … Continue reading Neville Chamberlain or Charlie Wilson?
Never before, once again Away, at home, forever Sincerely dishonest, as was before Always, maybe, never An honest liar, stubborn tolerance To liberally legislate Hedonistic stoicism Accepting of difference and irate Absence makes the heart grow fonder Out of sight means you’re out … Continue reading oxymoronically-speaking
Australian newspapers this weekend had but one issue in their ‘Commentary’ section(s) – Paris. For once I read everyone’s opinions. By the time I post this, at least nineteen people have died in Mali. For once, media coverage was all over the hostage crisis, and our … Continue reading at the crossroads
A butterfly fluttering in the breeze, A raindrop on a sunny day, A rainbow bringing colour, Telling rain to ‘go away.’ A long-awaited but stifling summer, Of beachfront and of sand, Of coral sea, of vacation, Of time spent hand in hand. Vintage wineries in the south of France, … Continue reading Amour