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Dissecting with words.

You dissect me with words
And I smile through the hurts
Because anatomically, it is pain
Mentally, it will become gain
As I will not let you dagger me with worse

– TY W

Writing

Je suis terrifié

Cartoonists, stop being so shy.
It’s such a great job, so apply.
At Charlie Hebdo
You’ll rake in the dough.
(But spend it, for soon you will die)

charlie-hebdo-riches-fail-draw-cartoonists

Poetry

Best of Writing 201: Poetry (according to no one important)

The WordPress Writing 201: Poetry course is over. I’m sure to your relief, dear reader. I will return to regular programming shortly. In the meantime, I thought I would share a few of my favorites from other participants. 393 more words

Life

LFF Features on Fusion

The March edition of Limerick’s freshest monthly magazine features a full page promo on the back for the Limerick Film Festival along with a little mention inside. 17 more words

Film Festival

LARCENY OF BULLOCK 1927

YEAR IN JAIL

LARCENY OF BULLOCK

James Sheehan and John Sheehan, from the Askeaton district, were charged yesterday at Limerick Circuit Court with the larcency ot a bullock, the property ot Patrick Hough, Askeaton, on the 10th September last. 126 more words

Siochain - Sheehan - Peaceful

Writing 201: Journey

Today’s word prompt is journey. Write a poem about anything that word evokes for you, from the excitement of a trip you’re about to embark on; the mental progress you witnessed someone make; or the struggles, pleasures, and extreme emotions that travel can bring about. 40 more words

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