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Looking to the ground on an overcast full moon evening and seeing the sky

Looking to the ground on an overcast full moon evening and seeing the sky

And on waking we move from the month
of vines to the month of ivy. 18 more words


Ogham Party, how are ye?

Quiet enough over the weekend all the same now, mind you. A couple of Moroccan birdwatchers on bikes and a busload of camogie players from Crossmaglen again curiously enough. 221 more words


Chapter 17: Conn's Grave

Day 337 of Exile, Galway of the O’Connors

-A Week Before-

Tearlag’s hand grazed the tops of the weathered stone markers. It was damp, rough, and covered with blue fuzzy lichens. 1,841 more words


The Kilnasaggart Pillar Stone

The Kilnasaggart Pillar Stone in Co Armagh is one of the oldest known inscribed stones in Ireland.
Kilnasaggart stone stands in a field not far from Kilnasaggart Bridge. 257 more words

Irish History

new moon at midsummer: an ogham card reading

24 June: St Jo(a)n’s Day, when the rising summer sun can be seen moving on the horizon once again, after three days of stillness. The solstice was the turning point, but this is when the movement can be felt. 718 more words


Ancient Silence

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A poem I wrote in 2014 asked to live with this Dryad


First Time Ink

Dear Readers,

Work has been very busy these past days and if I wasn’t serving food, drink or speaking my terrible version of German, then I was sleeping, so unfortunately I haven’t been very present in regards to my writing. 500 more words