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The Tale of Bally-mac-Buan II… Stuart France

* …Afterwards the same uncanny man went to the south and accosted Elaine as she was resting from her travels in a sun-trap. “From whence do you come and where are you heading, unknown?” said Elaine. “From the mouth of … Continue reading

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Aural Sculpting… Stuart France

* …Such notions remain controversial Some, might also regard them as ‘obscure’ Or even ‘perverse’… Yet, is there a trickle of interest From, admittedly, ‘antiquated minds’ Continue reading

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Be it sown… Stuart France

* “If we but paid attention To our senses surround… It would surely be known The future is non-other Than our past re-sown.” – Count Jack… * Source: Stuart France

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Literati … Stuart France

* When Fionn was a boy he was fostered on the hermit, Finaghast, who was to be his instructor. The old hermit had been living by the river Boyne with the aim of catching the Salmon of Knowledge. Tradition had … Continue reading

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Tell-Tale Signs IV… Stuart France

* One of Ireland’s, ‘Three Great Tales of Sorrow’ which all deal with the lives and tragic deaths of offspring, this one, the second in the series, is the most poignant perhaps as, ostensibly, the offspring are still children. Whilst … Continue reading

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Fate of the Lir-Brood IX… Stuart France

* “…know ye not, that so many of us as were baptised into Jesus Christ were baptised into his death? Therefore are we buried with him by baptism into death: that like as Christ was raised up from the dead … Continue reading

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On Vacation – #writephoto – Emma Hyde

Gilbert the gremlin was grumpy. The setting sun streaming through the tiny window lit his sullen face, exasperated eyes, frustrated frown. Quite frankly, Gilbert had had enough. “The most important job in the world” the advertisement had boasted, “Invaluable to … Continue reading

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