Monthly Archives: October 2015

A man grows old

There was once a man who had lived his early life in East London. Aged eighteen he did his national service abroad while the second world war was raging. On his discharge he went to work, first as a stone mason and … Continue reading

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Trident Missile System: World Leaders Speak

Chancellor Angela Merkel (Germany): I wish I had my finger on the nuclear button. Safety is my number one priority. Archbishop Desmond Tutu (South Africa): A £100 billion for weapons of mass destruction! Is David Cameron a Christian? Former Prime Minister … Continue reading


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The End

Seventeen years ago I didn’t know it would last I began our tenant’s TMO Time has gone so fast. Battles won and battles lost Each memory lingers still Each battle came with its own cost Each departure left for me … Continue reading

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