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#Poetry #Definitions

July 4, 2015



#Prevarication #Poem

July 3, 2015

0 Shuffling my foot in time To the broken wind chime Sitting, swinging contemplating How to avoid that meteoric climb.

#Poetry #TunisianIndependenceDay #Photography #SupportTunisia

July 3, 2015


INDEPENDENCE IN TUNISIA The people speak In demonstration Of protest and grief, Protest against Those who violently attempt To rip the centre From their nation With cowardly mass murder Of innocent visitors From abroad. ——– They had come from nations Throughout the world From Columbia and Australia Poland and Italy Coming to see The ancient […]

#Atrocity Now #Tunisia #Poem – Further Verses

June 30, 2015


#Poetry #Photography Remembering #TerrorismVictims

#ATROCITY NOW #Poem #Poetry #Photography Remembering #TerrorismVictims in #Tunisia

June 29, 2015


My heart drops And my mind Is filled with dread As the news filters in Of slaughter On a beach In Eastern Tunisia ——– The birds Alerted Those in nearby Hotels Circling Circling up Disturbed And squawking In disarray Above The palms ——– Kalashnikov Hidden beneath A beach unbrella Fifty seven people Trusting the safety […]


June 27, 2015


Tunisia is under attack . The terrorists know that its success as a democratic state is pivotal and its role initiating and uniquely benefitting from the Arab Spring makes its failure vital to their world domination project. They also know its economic vulnerability and over dependency on tourism for economic and therefore democratic survival. —– […]

The Sky is Black Today #Poem written after the last atrocity in #Tunisia

June 27, 2015


Today I post the poem I wrote in Tunisia following the previous atrocity. This beautiful country blending the best of East and West requires massive support from throughout the world. We fail to do so at all our peril… Further posts will describe how we the tourists in hotels such as Marhaba are their gold. […]

#Poetry Picnic #EmilyBerry

May 28, 2015



#Poetry #Photojourney #Travel JOURNEY OF THE CHILDREN #Tunisia #Afghanistan #Rumi

May 3, 2015


As I travelled In a four wheel drive Across the semi-desert Of Western Tunisia Accompanied by the driver And a family of five I heard a language I did not know Mixed with A little of my own Occasionally From the children It was then That I discovered They were From Afghanistan I talked of […]

Stunningly poignant #LovePoem #Poetry

May 3, 2015


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