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she left of a sunday

She left of a Sunday

Hello is there anyone there

Up here paddy

Is Mary about

No she went out.

Right

Make yourself a cup of tea, 358 more words

Writing

Keith Ridgway--Never Love a Gambler (2001) [New Directions Pearl, 2014]

SOUNDTRACK: DakhaBrakha-Tiny Desk Concert #435 (April 25, 2015).

DakhaBrakha are a band from Kiev, Ukraine.  There are four members, one man (unsure how he is dressed because he plays the accordion which covers his body) and three women.  868 more words

Short Story

6 haiku & a tanka

waking each morning

a wine cup without a base –

the changing season

trees bud into leaf

time of cherished memory –

the pathos of things… 82 more words

James Meredith

Whiskey On A Sunday - Journey In Peru

He stood in the doorway of the cafe with all all the magnificence of his Inca descent and the radiance of Machu Picchu in his heart. 659 more words

Travel

Spring Forward

It was a small unassuming pot, standing quiet and humble behind the glitzy greens and magnificent magentas stocked by Sophie. “The flowers must be allowed to sing their own song” Margaret would fondly remind her young daughter, but nevertheless, the latest delivery saw even more weird and wonderful brightly coloured ceramic creations push the little brown pot further to the back of their small cottage garden centre. 574 more words

Fiction

Her Name Was 'Smile' - Journey In Peru

‘Where are you going friend?’. These were the words she spoke to me every single day I crossed the bridge from the ‘arty’ side of town. 657 more words

Travel

Dublin Gothic, Peter O'Neill, Kilmog Press, 2015

Dublin Gothic, Peter O’Neill, Kilmog Press, 2015, sectional cover, paper, card and cloth over board, letterpress printed labels, title page, 72 pages, hand sewn and bound, laser printed stock, edition of 40 numbered copies, available late March 2015, $NZ 35.00  Peter O’ Neill was born in Cork in 1967. 98 more words