Tuesday 27 July 2021

Sunday 11 July 2021

A journey home for England in the #Euro2020 Championships and the George Cross should go to the Police force

 A journey that lasted over 5 decades

has nearly brought home the trophy.

1966 was a year in the Championships arcade

of World Cup history

of trophys that belonged to a world nation

where the best compete for a place in the grand finale,

and this year should mark England as

the Champions in the Euro 2020 World Cup


Bring on the Champagne, Cheer on England!

The land of hope and football nation!

Finally coming home to cries of sheer ecstatic 


Congratulations to all and the Police force (recommendations of a George Cross)

especially in the past year

of a pandemic catastrophe.

(c) nature thoughts nw









Tuesday 6 July 2021

Photography that tells a story

The lens directed at the Calypso singer,

Aldwin Roberts for a brighter future.

It was 1948, and the Empire Windrush docked

with many thinking of going back to the armed forces

shocked at a reception that brought many to re-focus 

in due course, living in different circumstances

where skies were gray and the mood sombre

yet many still came in large numbers

to fill jobs where some were vacant

so gradually becoming noticed for being 

hardworking and pleasant.

'London is the Place for Me'* a song that

resonates still in today's climate.

Where we are facing changes so variant.

Let us sing and appreciate the talent,

we see in all cultures to surpass those

whose outlook is less than benevolent.

Life changes all the time so there is less room

for arrogance,

but more for cultural diversity in all its magnificence.

(c) nature thoughts nw


 *written and sung by the Calypso singer, Aldwin Roberts (also known as Lord Kitchener)

A young photographer, Aiden Harmitt-Williams, whose photography is outstanding, was given the honour to exhibit the display for Bristol Museum & Art Gallery display for St Paul's Carnival






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