Tag Archives: Ireland

At the Stone Circle ~ Suzanne #writephoto

Once again Sue Vincent’s prompt Writephoto prompt – timeless has a synchronous quality to it for me.   A little over a week ago I purchased an online series of guided meditations called  Mythic Listening.  When I listened to the first meditation … Continue reading

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Ireland’s Holocaust heroine ~ David Lawlor

Reblogged from historywithatwist: The great events of our past – the wars and the genocides – are just a series of small steps strung together… steps that when looked back upon appear to be a seamless, momentous journey. And because … Continue reading

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Joy Lennick interviews author Sally Cronin

Reblogged from Joy Lennick, talking to Sally Cronin: Thank you very much Joy for inviting me over for an interview… it is a great pleasure. Where you born and what was your first memory? I was born in Wickham, a … Continue reading

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Guest post: Award winning fiction from Kaye Park Hinckley

2018 WINNER OF THE INDEPENDENT PRESS AWARD IN RELIGIOUS FICTION THE WIND THAT SHAKES THE CORN: MEMOIRS OF A SCOTS IRISH WOMAN Kaye Park Hinckley Love and hate, life and death, trust, betrayal, and the ‘always hovering’ choice to forgive, … Continue reading

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Weedwifery and the mythic imagination – Dr Sharon Blackie

Reblogged from The Enchanted Garden: In a chapter of The Enchanted Life entitled ‘Coming Home to Ourselves’, I wrote about the ways in which we can deepen our relationship and sense of belonging to the place we live: specifically, to … Continue reading

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Banished – Anurag Bakhshi #writephoto

We had to keep looking ahead, keep moving forward, for there was nothing left behind us, nothing but death and destruction. Uprooted from a land on which generations of us had taken birth, lived our lives, and prospered. Our lives … Continue reading

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Guest writer: Tric Kearney – Chancer

I’m a writer…Really? “Hi, I’m Tric, (pronounced Trish), I live in Ireland and I’m a writer.” There’s a first. I don’t think I’ve ever written that before and it’s made me smile, because as I hear myself say ‘I’m a … Continue reading

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Still water…by Dermott Hayes #writephoto

Reblogged from Dermott Hayes: When you’re used to cityscapes as the background to your visual reality, a jaunt in the countryside is always welcome, for a new perspective… Continue reading at Postcards from a Pigeon.

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The Mill by Éilis Niamh

Reblogged from Éilis Niamh at The Sound of What Happens Lugach fixed his son with a soul-piercing stare. “I entrusted her to you for no more than half a sun’s climb, Cormac. Where is she!” Seeing the pain threatening to … Continue reading

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Gallán Bhaile Phúinse by Ed Mooney

Reblogged from Ed Mooney Photography A short distance up the road from the Standing stone at Craddockstown we find what is possibly the tallest Standing stone in the country. It is definitely the tallest I have come across to date. … Continue reading

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