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By: Steven Kemp

A Year of Words

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The year is 2007 and my mind is full of poems and a need to write. These poems I wrote are a diary of emotions reflecting the day that they were written. They are an eclectic journey through my year. They reflect an emotional journey whose intent is to diarise in rhyme the moment they were written.


Oft the poems are whimsical, sometimes philosophical, and other times musing. The poems were written without edits, the poems in this compendium are of the moment, no revisions were ever considered. These poems are my conversation with you, they are your insight into a very mercurial mind, full of emotion.


I have written poems all my life, and now at 74 some of them have found a page and an audience, please enjoy.

Steve Kemp was born in Birmingham, England in 1947, and emigrated to Australia in 1957. He spent 2 years in National Service before coming an Air Traffic Controller. Steven is 74, lives in Tasmania and finds joy in living, loving and writing. He retired in 2012 to Tasmania and spends his retirement volunteering in his local community. His hobbies include sketching old faces, writing poetry and sharing the joy of life. 

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