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#Atrocity Now #Tunisia #Poem – Further Verses

June 30, 2015


#Poetry #Photography Remembering #TerrorismVictims

#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 […]

#Love #UnconditionalLove

December 21, 2014


#CelticBlessing at the #SouthernCross – #Poetry

November 30, 2014


The person who wrote this Is close to my soul I identify With every twirl Every nuance Of every phrase In every word string We prevail I praise The Life lustre That surges In this verse Blessings on you And your road May we meet At the Southern Cross And the nectar of bees Bless […]

#Homelessness – Defered to the next door council! #Tory Values !

November 19, 2014


Tribute to Sharmistha Basu #Artist #Poet #Storyteller

November 19, 2014


A #Writer interviewed

October 23, 2014


#Poem on the #Integrity of Real #Love

October 1, 2014


“Deserted” via @tanmaysharmats

#History: First #University Founded by #MuslimWoman

August 30, 2014

2 This post sums up my deeply held assessments that 1. The formative Renaissance was not in Italy but moorish Spain 2. The current ideology of fundamentalist Muslim and Christian extremists relegating women to the childbearing role is not only coincidental with Hitler’s views but completely against the root beliefs of both religions. Fundamentally women […]

#Socrates Sums Folk Up!

August 6, 2014


My Botanical Garden

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Ramblings of a Fibro Fogged Mind

Fibro, ME, and Welfare Reform

A.C. Stark

Rebel against yourself...

Happily Lover

Happily Ever After

Colours and Words Waltz

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