A portion of apportioning

I have heard people say that it’s their fault not his fault or her fault but their fault, but who is at fault, him, her, them, their? eeny meeny no! it’s them and it’s always them. well them had better be rowing the boat or it’s overboard for them and them better float or it’s…

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More from the Nations

‘By firelight on sacred ground they dance in dreams of greater sound’ words from some poetry written by me, a long time is some time to some one and no one can question the why. But it all passes me by in the blink of an eye. From the offices of bling minicabs ring up…

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