Alun Rees

‘You think my life is worthless. Well, it is. You think my head is empty. Well, it’s not. You’ll find there’s rage and hate in there, enough to fill the gaps between the stars that hang like hope beyond my reach.’ ‘Valley Boy’, Alun Rees

May 1, 2009 · 1 min read

‘You think my life is worthless. Well, it is.

You think my head is empty. Well, it’s not.

You’ll find there’s rage and hate in there,

enough to fill the gaps between

the stars that hang like hope beyond my reach.’

‘Valley Boy’, Alun Rees



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