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Nothing Gained

Nothing Gained

David Lewis Paget Wherever I go, I see her face Reflected in streets and malls, Wherever I track, in looking back She’s hiding behind stone walls, I never manage to […]

At Numero 69

At Numero 69

David Lewis Paget They say it’s been empty for quite some time, But I’ve seen a flickering torch, Late at night when the moon is bright The light is red […]

The Wench

The Wench

David Lewis Paget He sat at the railway station in The hopes of a passing train, There hadn’t been one for hours, while he Was sheltering from the rain, While […]

Nobody’s Girl

Nobody’s Girl

David Lewis Paget   The waves came crashing in from the sea We were caught on a spit of land, With no way back, not one I could see, I […]

Get On Down the Road

Get On Down the Road

        I could look for you for long blue hours and find nothing, but mere shadows, transient alleyways and labyrinths of ruin. So I’ll take a holiday […]

Coming Out of the Dark

Coming Out of the Dark

Written for Pink Floyd - Coming back to life - Dbus The song 'Coming back to life' by Pink Floyd is the prompt.

Angel Wings

Angel Wings

Wings rise up in flutter flight sounds of whisper wings fills the air clouds filtering shrouds of light Angels voices singing bright carry praises and my prayer Wings rise up […]

Let Your Light Shine

Let Your Light Shine

    Many things in life can vanquish love  and happiness​  starving oxygen and extinguishing your flame if you let it. I say you are beautiful worthy and creative with […]

Suspicion

Suspicion

David Lewis Paget I heard the ring of the ambulance As it barrelled down from E, But wasn’t really awake, so didn’t Know that it came for me. They had […]

The Nightmare

The Nightmare

David Lewis Paget She thought that she woke in the morning To a world that was filled with dread, Though nothing was changed, or rearranged Her lover was surely dead. […]