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VIDEO: A Tribute to Our Celtic Connections

I have loved the lyrics to this song for many years and always imagine a young wife saying and writing this to her husband as he leaves for America. 65 more words

Travel

Heavenly Confidants (A Short Story)

Grace, Kensey, and Lilly had snuck out, shortly after midnight, to gather in the garden and do their oh-so-secret girl things. They had agreed the group must be their own secret society of sorts, the only thing they couldn’t agree on was an official secret society name. 649 more words

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Volunteer Day!

June 2nd we held a volunteer day in West Whately cemetery to help get the stone wall cleared of leaves and vines and such. The first hour was a quiet one with just the cemetery commissioners diligently working, but we were pleasantly joined by several volunteers for the latter half, including a visitor from Texas! 73 more words

Whately

A Graveyard Outside London

The wind is England’s oldest patriot; today it is on parade. The liquid smoke spiraling from my cigarette is flattening against a grey wall of ancient cold; fire-pink splinters float back and circle my narrowed eyes like wasps. 13 more words

Poetry
John Gray, Messenger-at-Arms, died 1806, wrote this himself:

Poor John Gray! Here he lies,

Nobody laughs and nobody cries;

Where he’s gone, and how he fares,

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Graveyard

Album Review: Graveyard - Peace

Release Date: 25th May 2018

Label: Nuclear Blast

Genre: Hard Rock, Stoner Rock

I’ll level with you; I’m not a Graveyard superfan. Sure, I’ve come across their stuff once or twice in the past, but it’s never truly grabbed me. 610 more words

Review

Three Things Challenge - 11th June - The Night Crawler

This is a Three Things Challenge as set by the haunted wordsmith, see link below:

https://thehauntedwordsmith.wordpress.com/2018/06/11/

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Here are the three words for 11 June 2018… 346 more words

Short Story