Monthly Archives: April 2018

A Stranger Returns

” We meet again!” the Stranger said, the one I’d never met before, sat alone at the pavement cafe he asked me if I would like to wallow in nostalgia with him; I said I didn’t reminisce much these days … Continue reading

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More Than Words

Those words that used to mean so much more back then, mean a whole lot less than that now; Keep on repeating repeating the words that you borrow and steal, keep repeating that till you’ve convinced yourself that you asked … Continue reading

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A Quiet Place

Quiet as sunlight on a window pane quiet as a snowdrop falling in winter, quiet now the Earth stands the Earth stands still; all our years have passed us by and are gone into the abyss of nostalgia; Every waking … Continue reading

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