United

United

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Hope emerging strong – from senseless violence……beautiful poem, Davy.

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I heard Prime Minister May’s remarks on how Londoners would go about their business today, as usual…that really is the British spirit! The essence of keep calm and carry on, it works and have a bit of that myself having some British ancestry.

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Read the news too. Hope you and the family are safe. Keep the fire burning and the spirit high. United we stand. Well penned, D! 🙂

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My thoughts and prayers are for everyone in London Davy..

Be well..keep safe..

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This and your yesterday’s blogs, Davy, spell out in CAPITAL LETTERS just what we owe to our police custodians of the peace. Thanks for posting, Davy.

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senseless acts for which I am lost for words, your tribute to brave men and women is very poignant Davy.

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Beautiful sentiment. God bless!

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Beautiful poem – I was born in London, and despite only ever going back once in 1990 it still felt like home then, and part of my heart will be there always. It was a terrible event, but Londoners as always took it in their stride.

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i read a special report on how vehicles are now being used for terrorist attacks. but again, whatever weapon, a cruel act is a cruel act and we cannot battle it with hate. it is always better to choose hope. this is a brave and hopeful piece, Davy! ❤

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I love the reassuring calm this poem projects–thinking of those of you across the pond.

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Very nice, Davy. I like the way the British keep their cool in situations like this. Stay safe.

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Thinking of all our friends in London. ❤ 🙏 Beautiful work, Davy.

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Loved this, Davy! I love the strength of your homeland and your citizens! The spirit is exactly the same as when Churchhill spoke of it! Such a light on a hill for the world.

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I earnestly hope so–t’would be a terrible shame, and a loss to the rest of us far away yet near in heart ❤

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