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The Night Before the Fourth...

Years ago, when I was a wee lad, my grandfather, Alexander Ignatius Connolly, used to sit me on his knee and teach me “ditties”.

In my family, a ditty is a crude variation of a commonly known song, with lots of word interchange and improvisation. 196 more words

Jack & son sitting on the roof

Jack flew away.
Then there was one.
One fluffy baby sitting in the sun!


Gill McGrath© June 28 earlier today.

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Muse.”

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It came to my attention

it came to my attention

that saying hello

can make all the difference

to someone in their life

it came to my attention

a smile can save a life… 23 more words

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Douglas and Pippin - Ditty

I wrote this for my two doggies

It is one of the ditties in ‘What’s a Soul to Do?’

DOUGLAS AND PIPPIN

Douglas is a daft dog… 190 more words

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Appropriate for Sunday eh?

Not really only for Sundays though :)

(Fred is my way of addressing my ‘god’ – my deity)

The Fred Prayer

My Fred who art in me… 65 more words

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First blog post

Well I am still working away at making this all interesting and it is a bit like baking a cake with no ingredients, no oven to do the baking and no idea what kind of cake the guest would like in the first place. 250 more words

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cauliflower

I’m cauliflower
I’m the bland sibling to big brother broccoli,
no plump, proud plumage on top of me,
just a colourless, crumbling cloud for hair… 172 more words

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