Wed, 03rd Oct 2012 | BigCol | 4,098 Views.

HOODWINKED by Colin Stevens

OK, last week I promised I'd post something in the next few days so here it is.

It's a poem by a friend of mine Colin Stevens who wrote it after seeing a work by Banksy called Cardinal Sin. It doesn't take a great deal of imagination, with a title like that, to take on board the subject matter and the point he's trying to make.

It's read by Colin Stevens himself who asked me to help by providing some atmospheric music to the recital.

I think it's incredibly powerful and, in the light of too many recent events concerning children to come unto those they should be able hold in trust, would welcome any comments.


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Thu, 11th Oct 2012
great piece of poetry Col, thanks for sharing
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Wed, 03rd Oct 2012
Just a tip. You'll find it easier to follow the text if you click on the 'full screen' icon in the lower right hand corner of the You Tube clip.
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Wed, 03rd Oct 2012
It is very powerful and so many abuse trust. I have been reading a book which made me feel sick, disgusted and angry. A true story, some parents should not have kids either!
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