Tag Archives: honor

Holy Grail

And would we fall before The Holy Grail And would we fall? Would we recognise A moment’s purity Would we recognise? Each day travelled in The modern world Seems travesty Were my spirit and My honor bound What’s left to … Continue reading

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Honour and Sacrifice – for ANZAC Day

I’m re-posting this – one of my earliest poems on this blog, at the suggestion of my friend Ann. This poem is about and for my Uncle Gavin who marched in the ANZAC Day marches while he was still alive. … Continue reading

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The Hobbit – a (probably not) Unexpected Reaction

I have to admit, I’m a sook. About certain things. It’s embarrassing really. My particular Achilles Heel, for whatever reason, is honor. You practically only have to say the word and tears spring to my eyes. Continue and actually recount … Continue reading

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