Hi for this post I want to say as little as possible and just post a fun poem. Therefore not much words just a poem. Did you cheer that I spilt my beer I slipped and I tried to run away and hide Running from the fears that once spied That beer was never mine. … Continue reading A Little Fun
Getting back into the flow of writing , but the following is far from my best. Yet it is another writing which I am sharing. I use very briefly a character from Celtic folklore. To explain in brief. Oisin was the son of of Finn Mac Cumhaill and one of the brightest lights of the … Continue reading Sweet Love
How many have come upon those days when your creative mind is covered in an endless fog. Where the creative abilities become limited by what I see as an inability to write very much or continue for an extended period of time. This comes in a time when some of the Irish population are becoming … Continue reading Creative Fog
Now that the technical issues are completed and problems relating to redesigning are resolved. I can settle down to Posting. The following is a poem that I have been working on using Ancient Folklore figures relating to Love. I am not mentioning the figures on Purpose and whch folklore they belong to. This I wish … Continue reading Untitled Poem
Having spend the past number of days adjusting and rearranging the blog site I have come to what I believe should be a working formula as it were. As some are aware this has been a second redesign following a series of issues with previous one. Additions to my blog setup are a Donations Link. … Continue reading A Few Notes.
Greeting folks, I wish to thank one and all for bringing all kinds of support to this little blog and this little corner of Insanity that is often my mind. To Those who struggle at this time, I wish you peace of mind and encouragement for the year ahead. To those who Mourn I wish … Continue reading Blessings of The Season
Greetings, I hope this finds you all doing well and I hope that all are well. As one who has had struggles and at times appeared to myself to resemble more of battles than episodes with depression.Depression itself has been granted many names and terms Like The Black dog (not to be ever confused with … Continue reading The Black Dog / Demon Depression
Hi, Before I wander much in my thoughts and poetic attempts. I am struggling to get used to this knew editing setup I am faced with, So I beg forrgiveness for any typos that I may miss. I am never one for change and especially in an area I find comfort to work in. Thus … Continue reading Hinder
In days that see Media Hype and even expose at most the negative rather than the positive to serve their goals that again often misguide the viewer from their intended goals in achieving what could be an intended Goal in their walk in Life. Thus below is my poem that stakes a little view or … Continue reading Exposure.
The following photographs were taken during a visit to The Gap of Dunloe in County Kerry Ireland. The Gap of Dunloe is a narrow pass between The Highest mountains In Ireland The MacGillycuddy's Reeks on the West and The Purple Mountain on the East. Running North, south This is a walk filled with stunning views … Continue reading The Gap of Dunloe