Search Results: 'Eric Coates'
Coates, Eric - Dambusters' March
This is a complete transcription of Eric Coates' Dambusters' March. It was produced from a MIDI performance by a professional organist on a Hauptwerk Virtual Organ after an arrangement by IR... More > Murphy.
The resulting sheet music copy was edited and produced by Kenneth Spencer.< Less
Stupid Cupid and The B-Side Poems
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Great poets love words and with this gift they provoke to life images and experiences stored in some deep closet of the readers consciousness that have the familiarity of smoothing ones cheek against... More > the cool faux fur of a loved coat long forgotten but all at once remembered.
Eric David Lough writes with a sensual honesty that provokes you to celebrate your humanity, to get up and live, to feel, to see the world, to relish the meandering of your soul.
Poetry is about a love affair with words and the journey of courageous souls. Eric David Lough is alive, he has travelled the side roads of existence, he is frighteningly honest and is one of the great contemporary American poets of our age.< Less
In the Way: A Christian Romance
In The Way: A Christian Romance by T C Hill.
The romance of two strangers on a train. Amanda and Eric were on their way to Raleigh, North Carolina. Two lonely hearts...
A cold, hard rain fell from... More > a low and dangerous dark sky as Amanda took her seat on the train. She carefully removed her brown coat, shook the rain off of it, and folded it across her lap and settled back into her seat. She was a woman in her mid-thirties who was on her way back home to her brother Richard’s funeral in Raleigh, North Carolina; her brother Richard had been killed in Korea at the age of twenty-four. She had short red hair and what most called a chubby form, she guessed. She worked as accountant in Cheyenne, Wyoming and lived alone......< Less