Tag Archives: Philosophy

Summer ’68

We wrote our own history in an illegible script with broken pencils borrowed from empty classrooms; We lit our fuses with spent matches discarded by all our yesterdays; We sat and contemplated the gathering gloom, dark and heavy as velvet … Continue reading

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Broken Memories

The Chanteuse alone, crooning existential torch-lit ennui, marinaded in absinthed vocals, in the salons and bars of La Rive Gauche, domicile to flaneurs and bohemian confreres; she is wounding their hearts with visceral monotonous langour; amid smouldering pyres of  Gauloises, stygian-leafed frissons … 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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Winter Breaks

When Winter breaks as Winters do, will Winter break because of you? When Snow has fallen as Snow often must, will your dreams of warmth be turned to dust? When Silence blankets the land Silence leaves no choice, in the … Continue reading

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Tell Achilles

Tell Achilles when you see him that we should all meet up again at our favourite place where we can have a few and reminisce about to-day; Tell Achilles that, will you? when you see him later; also tell him … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Britain

Faded, forlorn the banners of our memories once held high now cast aside, cast down, trodden into the dust by legions of those who came after in ignorance; Even the ghosts have departed this empty husk of a once was … Continue reading

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Eternity,interrupted

In the beginning when all has ended, after the last vicissitudes I encounter are rendered null and void, I’ll realise that the journey is the destination and mornings were never my time of day, much preferring the early evenings of … Continue reading

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