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The Meaning of The Comforters by Rudyard Kipling

Last night, on my “Fans of Rudyard Kipling” fan page on Facebook, I had a message from  a fan of Kipling’s poetry who lives in India. “Sir, Can you please explain the poem ‘The Comforters’ of our dear Rudyard Kipling?I … Continue reading

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Danger Aware the mask man riding on Driving another person’s car Peel out, it’s just a game Rise dust, gain a privilege. Is your lover out too far? Ask her not to swim. Please yell her name Please yell her … Continue reading

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Winter The wind is rushing by The birds all disappear And I cry out, “Winter has come.” Spring The snow is seeping through the ground A child whispers softly And the coldness is no longer here. Summer I hear the … Continue reading

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Covenant Between the Pieces

Crocodil:   Covenant Between the Pieces   Look up toward the heavens And count  the stars: Six million too many.   And lo, a smoking furnace…   (Genesis 15,5;  17)     L’Alliance d’Abraham   Leve les yeux au ciel … Continue reading

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