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Secrets

Secrets and shame are so toxic yet so universal. If there were no secrets, half of the worlds stories would have nothing to tell. We live with our secrets, or try to, but they stay there – nagging – no matter how we try to ignore them. 16 more words

Writing Prompt

Love Remained

There in the shadows of Illusionary Calm,
Marked by Mute Pain and Liberal balm,
The Heart that Resides in the drifting array
Of Stars Far from Home, bleeds every day. 185 more words

Poetry

4 Days in Budapest...Day 4

I woke up on our final day in Budapest still feeling completely and utterly overwhelmed by the previous evening! Our first stop of the day was the Hungarian Parliament, which was the backdrop for the proposal, and therefore even more of a must see before we went home! 295 more words

Memories

Remnants

Images that became 
indelible reflections 
written in the ink 
of time and life 
that play now 
your story
told behind closed eyes.

Dust from ancient  142 more words

Irish Writer

Memory is always faulty

“Hi dad”

“Are you ok?”

“Do you want me to tell Matthew?”

<<rewind>>

“I think you should sit down. Your dad’s been rushed to hospital, he’s got a brain tumour” 406 more words

Awareness

Forgotten Love

A sweet promise of tomorrow. Tomorrow we will dance under the moon. Tomorrow we will laugh at the funny things we see. Tomorrow we will kiss under the bleachers like two love struck teenagers. 40 more words

Relationships

Eriskay Ponies Aren't Icelandic!!

Hiya!

One time when I was little we learnt about the native pony breeds of Britain at Pony Club. The trainee instructors who were running the session asked us what native ponies we had heard of before. 522 more words

Horses