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A Sceptic’s Walkabout

After Monday’s post about the latest Death Cafe meeting this seemed another good poem to follow up with. 

A Sceptic's Walkabout

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After yesterday’s post about the latest Death Cafe meeting this seemed a good poem to follow up with. 

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The Fundamentalist

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In the wake of the post on Thursday on David Jones, I thought it appropriate to republish this poem. Because my father fought in the first world war, even though he never spoke of his experience its shadow hung over my childhood, mostly through my mother’s anxious ruminations about its impact on her life.

Mary poem

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In the wake of the post yesterday on David Jones, I thought it appropriate to republish this poem. Because my father fought in the first world war, even though he never spoke of his experience its shadow hung over my childhood, mostly through my mother’s anxious ruminations about its impact on her life. The book I remember discovering as a child was a collection of black and white photographs of the ‘Great War.’

Unfinished Business

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