The Dance of the Cranes

We are building and building

Higher and Higher , Bigger and Better

Yet there are homeless on the streets

in towns, cities and villages EVERYWHERE.

in-the-name-of-progress

Progress? The homeless have nowhere to go, there are starving people in the UK,YES, the UK

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5 thoughts on “The Dance of the Cranes

  1. I spent some years in the 3rd world, in Kenya, and became used to seeing beggars on the street, and the vast difference between the haves and have nots there. So that, in 1989, when I finally returned to the UK, I was staggered to see beggars on the streets and people sleeping rough here too. Well that was the end of the Thatcher years (boy, am I glad to have missed the Thatcher years!), and maybe such things had been around before I left the UK many years earlier – but all I certainly know us that I found such things here in 1989, and they’ve never gone away since then, which I see as a dreadful state of affairs for our “advanced” and wealthy country.

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