“Changes in the Ulster Cycle” (Part 1) Published in the Fall 2013 issue of The Minetta Review, a literary and arts magazine at New York University. 36 more words
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This post is dedicated to my friend Annaelle. Read the story here.
Since the last couple weeks have been bitter cold or too snowy to safely walk in the forest, I stayed close to home and gave some thought to the tree nearest me. 789 more words
‘The Black Lamb’
It is a custom amongst the people, when throwing away water at night, to cry out in a loud voice, “Take care of the water”; or literally, from the Irish, “Away with yourself from the water”–for they say that the spirits of the dead last buried are then wandering about, and it would be dangerous if the water fell on them. 189 more words