Tag Archives: Victims

An Angel Weeps

  AN ANGEL WEEPS H. W. Bryce Oh cry for the angel, Cry for the angel who weeps Each time a conscience sleeps. Oh cry now for the angel For every angry word, an angel weeps, For every double cross, … Continue reading

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Who Will Cry?

  Who Will Cry for Them? Who Will Cry was inspired by CK Love’s FB entry July 23-16 re: she can’t write just now because she mourns the state of the world and all the disastrous news about killings etc, … Continue reading

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People of the Street

  The People of the Street With homelessness running rampant and many homeless suffering with mental illness, I thought I would ‘pay tribute’ to the unfortunates… Rough and tumble they may be But inside, they have love. They do what … Continue reading

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Music Can Do That for You: Put your rifle down

  Music Can Do That: Put your rifle down A cry for peace on all fronts *Something a little different today, in the light of the continuing reign of the rifle. My metaphor is that the person with Alzheimer’s is … Continue reading

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Tremulous Times: Outer and Inner

  Tremulous Times All is orderly in the war room, plans are all laid out: Send Troop A to Region One, apply the bombs in Sector Two, Take them out by storm and it’s all over but the shout; Line … Continue reading

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The Victim’s Path

  The Victim’s Path Take the victim’s path And you’ll trod such rocky ground! No signpost, just more attacks; No hope a-glimmer, just despair, So spare yourself the trouble, Do not go there! He struck her once and she apologized. … Continue reading

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