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Have A Safe 4th Everyone

May we never forget the many veteran’s here today who have sacrificed and gave their all so we can enjoy the freedoms we have today. take the time today and thank a vet. 45 more words

Window View

When sitting on that window view
Looking at the sky
When all is quiet
Everyone is gone
When it’s just you
Don’t remember me
Because you see… 251 more words


The Irish Detective in Yorkshire - Gerry O'Shea

The Irish Detective In Yorkshire Gerry O’Shea

‘The Irish Detective In Yorkshire’ starts with a young Irishman Gerry O’Shea leaving his hometown of Castlecomer in 1973 to work in the textile buisness in Bradford. 546 more words


**Walking Over Eggshells**by Lucinda E. Clarke 5-Stars

Walking Over Eggshells is a well-written poignant memoir about a woman’s struggle to hold onto her self-esteem while her narcissistic mother endlessly tries to tear it apart. 166 more words


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reminiscences come / with donovan Updated/Upgraded

Yesterday I posted a poem i wrote in which my lines embraced the verses of Donovan’s song “Sand and Foam”.
I have now updated & upgraded it, by emphasizing the lines I wrote (to which I’ve now added a couple) in  333 more words


The place you know

So I said to him, as we talked on the phone, over 3000 miles,

“Dad, don’t underestimate the value of these friends from your youth and the place you know. 199 more words


Kiss Me

I can remember the shirt I was wearing when I melted into my first real kiss, but I cannot remember the name of the boy. I can’t even remember what he looked like, but I remember where he placed his hands, how his body leaned across mine. 140 more words

Musings In The Sand