The war is over put down your guns He's fought the battle The victory He has won Let’s make this city our dwelling place It’s built on love and not on hate This is the New Jerusalem These streets of healing These streets of peace Men who can truly say “we are free!” A little one will become a mighty nation A whole new … Continue reading the story "The New Jerusalem"
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Look outside the window; tell me what you see. If you see loneliness, know that the only way to avoid it is making arrogance your weakness. I was lonely once, but, through your life, I have found my completeness. Now, as I hold you in my arms, I can say I know true happiness And my new-found joy … Continue reading the story "Look Outside The Window"
I have been there. It may seem like a pretty place from far, But, up close, it is a cold and heartless world with no love. Our people came from those fertile lands, But progress evicted them and built temples of concrete in their place. So we humble ourselves in our caves of brick and zinc And appreciate the bread and … Continue reading the story "Look Away"
Sometimes I am the angry indication of an accidental fire, blanketing the innocents around me. Sometimes I am a jet stream, a memory of power, of surging to a destination. Sometimes I am just a wisp, a series of horse tails flicking at the cool outer reaches of the atmosphere, remote.Sometimes I … Continue reading the story "Things Are Looking Up"
All hope seems lost, no chance of being found My heart feels broken as my tears fall to the ground I'm drowning in my weakness Holding onto my pride I'm consumed by the fear that I can no longer hide I need You... My body feels empty, I haven't eaten in days There's no hope left in my eyes Desperation's taken its place I'm so … Continue reading the story "I Need You"
My name is Eric Oswald Eatwell; I come from a family of Artists who all paint in oil as our specialty. My paintings are inspired by my Photography of life all around me. I like to reflect my surroundings and the very unique nature of the light in South Africa, I am very moved by the harsh reality … Continue reading the story "Eric Eatwell – Photographer"