Paul Todd

Rookie - 3 Points (From North-East England to Southern Ontario)

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Wanderer of distant and forgotten lands, winding up in the verdant pastures of Canada.

Lover of all things natural, believer in the Purity and Power of Mother Nature. Disheartened by the effects Mankind has had on its home world. more »

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Aberfan – October 21st, _2006

It’s been forty years since “Aberfan”,
One hundred and sixteen children
Did not live to be woman or man,
Their fragile bodies broken!

A village fair is Aberfan,
Hid in the Martyrs vales,
Nestled amidst the green and gold
Of beautiful south Wales

But deep beneath her scenery
Lies the diamond black of coal.
To ransom this dark gold they sold
The Merthyr collective soul.

They sunk deep pits in Mother Earth
And mined the coal to sell,
But mines spit more than coal and dust,
Slurry they spit as well.

The garbage rock and dust ...

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