Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Preacher

I preach to the fishes Nothing changes And I preach to the birds Nothing changes And I preach in the churches Nothing changes And I preach to my mirror Everything changes (Chris)

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Be a Great Teacher

Shakespeare wrote ‘All the worlds a stage’* a thought that every teacher should embrace because: All teaching is acting. The teacher is also script writer, director, choreographer, stage- manager, producer, in- house psychologist/social worker and educator. Being a teacher is … Continue reading

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Time Struggle

The clock face hands, Windmill vanes Desert camel strapped in harness… To walk around the well. Each their journey Circular – at the appointed time With purpose Only known to man. The monotonous tick-tock Almost parodies the camel’s plod As … Continue reading

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Harold Hill history.

True stories to my granddaughter Kay. Hi Kay, as with most things, the most tenuous threads of fate pull together in forming both a personal as well as an interactive history of me with others and others with me.  So … Continue reading

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Biography of Private Nobody

Born painlessly Lived harmoniously Died pointlessly.

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A Love Story

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The Onslow Arms

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