Monthly Archives: July 2014

Dreams

The crowds did draw ephemeral, through windows of the night, in shuddered, shining sanctity where reason did take flight. As wings of feathered dreaming, were spread  through distant skies, so blossoms black and brilliant did fall in dance, entwined. Lost … Continue reading

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Whole

Whole, they said, it is about being whole. Whole, I said, is that a place where one can be, or an idea of what one should be? Or is it a dream, where birds fluff feathers in ridiculous blues, reds, … Continue reading

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Blazon of woman

Soul reclining, pillowed into Self, mind resigning, anchored into heart, limbs embracing all that is on offer, skin relating, perfumed rich delight, as flesh is tracing, fingered truths, with hair in luscious, lingering locks unfolding, defining, winnowed grace of gentled … Continue reading

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Speaking out

The dead have silent teeth and empty throats, they have no voice with which to speak, to cry of all the horrors they have seen and been and known; to call for justice, freedom from the power of those who … Continue reading

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Hamas is Israel’s excuse as a ploy to distract attention from the real reason for this conflict – occupation, colonisation and apartheid.

It is troubling and at times astonishing that so many people are defending Israel’s war crimes and human rights atrocities because, as they say, Hamas is a terrorist organisation. Well, have not occupiers and colonisers always termed freedom fighters and … Continue reading

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Richard Dawkins doth protest too much

So Richard Dawkins has established a Foundation to work to push atheist and secular views and to limit religion. That seems naieve rather than noble but no doubt it gives him satisfaction. Now admittedly Richard Dawkins has set up his … Continue reading

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The Case For People Of Conscience To Condemn Israel

  As the death toll mounts, Roslyn Ross makes a passionate case for why the actions of Israel must be condemned. Why does Palestine matter more than any other conflict at present? Why is it so important that anyone of … Continue reading

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