Yesterday (14th October) was the anniversary of the Battle of Hastings in 1066. English Heritage presented a re-enactment of the battle on the 11th-12th October at Battle Abbey and battlefield, and a ‘King Harold Day’ was held at Waltham Abbey in Essex on the 11th October. Also yesterday, the BBC posted a news item on their web-site titled ‘King Harold “may have survived Battle of Hastings” claim’. King Harold was killed at the Battle of Hastings and it is thought that he was buried at Waltham Abbey along with two of his five brothers (although a site in Sussex………. Read More
“When he runs back to you,
Accept him — take him the way he loathed seeing the galaxies in your eyes.
Forgive him — forgive him the way he does his fictitious acts just to soothe your rimmed eyes & weary body.
Give him a chance — a chance to experience the bittersweet life that he bequeathed.
And lastly, hurt him. Make him rue everything that he did before.”