Category Archives: Lynne Holland

Lynne Holland’s writing

Shadow

Mother never came to comfort me when I was afraid, afraid of the Shadow in my lonely bedroom, so in my fear I befriended him. The silent Shadow and I played games together; hand in hand upon my bedroom wall, … Continue reading

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Lunar light

See her pale and tender face Delicate as woven lace Huntress of the dark clouds raging Shimmering orb, un-ageing Spreading wide her shadowed shield Flooding light upon the field She hangs upon the vaults of Heaven Infinitely her dominion Vessel … Continue reading

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Beacon View

The sun descends, the sky, vermilion The gems ignite one by one Glittering winks, bright twinkles Shimmering fiery sprinkles O’er the Black Country shoals# Warm wind on smouldering coals Earth’s bursting chest of treasure Unlocking lovers’ evening pleasure Necklaces, and … Continue reading

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St Thérèse The Patron Saint of Foreign Missionaries and Flyers.

Oh yes! They were all very taken in by the young Prince Tomé Habouto’s tribal charm. So plausible were his reverent speeches he mesmerized them all. I played windpipe organ to packed pews, as never before seen at St T’s. … Continue reading

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Brothers in Arms

It was as easy as diving into the sea; the hard part came when I told our kid.   “Why didn’t you tell me you were going?” My kid brother said in disbelief.   “Because I knew you’d want to … Continue reading

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