Wednesday, 11 July 2007

window on the bloom


IN THE BLOOM

All the shadows in our live's
are always from the right
in the centre of despair
you will always find them there
as they go about their business in the gloom
where nothings grows and nothing shines
where nothing flows through open minds
in the gloom

In a corner of my heart
we will never be apart
and in a moment of despair
I will always keep us there
as we go about our business in the bloom
where lovers fly in open skies
where life is born in baby's cries
in the bloom

where lovers fly in open skies
where life is born in baby's cries
where lovers fly in open skies
where life is born in baby's cries
where lovers fly in open skies
where life is born in baby's cries
in the bloom
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edgar and luke broughton 2 0 0 7


2 comments:

Tufty said...

Rob

Good morning, great to see the bond you have with luke.

All those years ago I never had you down as an angler, Warwick and District Angling Society still exists and has some great waters, though we have a problem with our Polish cousins catching, keeping and eating everything from Gudgeon ( great split and fried in flour ) to big Carp.

Bit depressed today, got a letter from Work and Pensions inviting me to apply for my winter fuel allowance, only 12 days left in my fifties!!!!!

Cheers

Tufty

Anonymous said...

Hi Rob,

Lovely words.

I'm back from a nice long 'sojourn' in Spain getting my head straight and spreading the word (usted ha oido de Edgar Broughton ? Como ?). Cue bemused looks from the locals. My ex boss says I am 'drinking in the last chance saloon'. If so the wine is cheap at 75p a bottle and the company's good ! 'M'ysterious blog entries ? Looking forward to the gigs.

Best wishes to all.

Paul (Dales)