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THE SWALE by John Lary

From The Saxon Shore Way where I stand I see Redshanks and geese on the strand I see sheep stoop to graze on the land Wild is The Swale Off the shoreline are seals at play But the weather is … Continue reading

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From The Other Side by John Lary

I came, I saw, I conquered At least that’s what they said But little good it did me When I took to my bed I treated people harshly If they baulked or hesitated I took just what I wanted And … Continue reading

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A slip of paper. By Dominic Mccarthy.

The paper didn’t worry him. Paper was mulched tree. What worried him were the words. Four words, four numbers, stapled to his wardrobe door. Someone had been in his room last night. Another death threat.

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