Tag: Terrorism

A COAT OF FEW COLOURS

‘The day before the asteroid hit’ by Zoolon The news that some sicko coward morphed into the big man because he carried a gun into a synagogue and randomly killed loads of innocent people leaves us relatively normal people wondering ‘Why?’ I had this random thought about the ways certain humans try to justify carrying

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LOST HOPES & DREAMS

This photo I took the other day, leaves little doubt as to what ‘Kyran’s mum’ – whoever she is – does in her spare time. Changing the subject, I’ve always thought that you know you’re in trouble when you can’t bend your knees. I was wrong. On Saturday, I was wearing headphones playing a guitar

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KNEE JERK REACTION

KNEE JERK REACTION Both sides and every single one of you Do you really know who your enemy is when you bomb the random innocents? Do you really know who the murderer is when you annihilate the random strangers? You don’t, do you? You haven’t got a blind clue For Romeo and Juliet, read Frankie

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NO ‘SONG OF LOVE’ TODAY

(written following the tragic events in London yesterday, a diary entry, not a poem or lyric) Wearing headphones on a windy, rainy afternoon, Safe, warm, tickling a keyboard and lost in composition, Just trying to conjure up a new ‘song of love’ to sing, While outside, and far away from here, in The Smoke, Another

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