Monthly Archives: September 2017

Illegitimate

Often word weight is too much. In the telling it is over skimmed till gradually the meaning of such fades, the sentence neatly primmed.   Of the myriad ways to convey hate, embarrassment, or official fear, the appalling, ill-used ‘illegitimate’ … Continue reading

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Not Fade Away

Not Fade Away We see them on our screens running from an enemy, unseen and cunning. They are mostly soaked in dust and blood with children, or some remains. What should be children but are less, no more. We see … Continue reading

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Second Glance

When someone catches your eye… Second Glance It isn’t you I see in the street. I know that. But curious the way she smiles, the way she flicks her hair forces me to look. For a long second I am … Continue reading

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Séan Nós

A piece trying to capture the magic of Irish old style dancing. Sean Nós Echoing heel through the ages as it lands hard and true. Without shining lights or stages just enough for either shoe to show the ancient trodden … Continue reading

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Labourers

There are moments when art attains almost to the dignity of manual labor. ~Oscar Wilde I laboured for a while here and there…To all those that labour for a living, this is a piece for them. Labourers Such men do … Continue reading

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