Burning Embers by Hannah Fielding

10th February 2016 0

The Blurb Coral Sinclair is a beautiful but naive twenty-five-year-old photographer who has just lost her father. She’s leaving the life she’s known and traveling […]

Pond of Winter

5th February 2016 0

Beneath a sheet of ice Winter was kinder… still. I shivered. Yet the birds froze and could not swim nor fish for fish like the […]

Koi

12th January 2016 0

From deep within the pond the koi looked up… and through the clouds someone smiled As a ripple caught the gaze both looked deep within… […]

Art? What’s up with that?

20th December 2015 0

If art is to nourish the roots of our culture, society must set the artist free to follow his vision wherever it takes him. John […]

Newtopian World

11th December 2015 0

  Newtopia, a place for you and me tickets are free, within your hearts for pristine seas and purest air and peaceful days It might […]

Walk

6th December 2015 0

A spiritual walk, a poem about faith and humanity – and our failing Earth in wars, global warming and pollution

What a Load of Crap

19th November 2015 0

Many years ago, not sure how many but rather a lot anyway, houses had holes under them and a small lid over the hole.  These […]

Gold Rush

16th November 2015 0

Golden Tree Gold Rush There’s gold in them hills as the quest took hold… Many foraged and mined through life mountains were climbed At day’s […]

Today is Philanthropy Day

15th November 2015 0

Today is philanthropy day.  Did you know? It seems relevant that it should be after what has been happening around the world. The very word, […]

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