kipper Stagg

(6th April 1957 / Earth)

A Fathers love


He had but to ask and all ills would be forgiven.
He'd seen enough of life's carnage to turn him slightly mad.
Yet ask as he might no hope nor help came forth nor ever was given.
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  • Martin O'Neill (2/11/2012 9:02:00 PM)

    Ah my friend! I think we would enjoy a beer together were we ever to meet and we would put the world to rights and religion to the sword.... (Report) Reply

  • Elena Sandu (10/13/2011 4:40:00 PM)

    What an end! Not even Christ could say a word facing the everyday huge pain of the Man.Yet Man, had the power of questioning. Rebellious against god against pain and unfairness put upon his head, he still can find the power of one and best energy: love. Man, loves his wife and all the little children of this world!
    Your poems, my dear friend are hiding a huge amount of love between the lines.
    Profoundly philosophical, as all your poems, are haunting me for days, then all of a sudden I find myself awake and start to try to change the world with what I can..one, may have got the spirit of your thoughts, why did you stopped? Please, give freedom to spread, cheers for the great wings, your pen! (Report) Reply

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