11 November 2017 The back garden bird feeding station is most popular because it is in a quiet spot and close to all of the trees/shrubs so birds hop in and out to feed. Birds need to consume between 25 and 50% of their body weight each day. In Winter, when foraging time is limited […]
Wildflower Child For Sarah She sweeps the room with her glowing smile, her long dress swishes behind trailing the dawn. Sunlit hair, argent like a field of rye, bronzed skin glistens with mist from the surf and the breeze in her breath speaks in wildflower rhythms, spinning and dancing like seeds on the […]
DIED BY FAMILIAL ELDER ABUSE, HER HUMAN RIGHTS AND DIGNITY CRUSHED – FACILITATED BY A LAWLESS SOCIETY MIRED IN CORRUPTION DEEP WITHIN ITS LEGAL, MEDICAL AND SOCIAL SYSTEMS. WE MUST – ALL OF US – SPEAK OUT FOR THOSE WHO CANNOT. THREE YEARS ON–BY SAOIRSE MAXWELL THERE’S AN UNVEILING AT THE END OF DAY, WHEN HEATHER CLOUDS […]
Leaking Wildflowers by Maire Morrissey-Cummins.
Holding Your Warmth I stand in my kitchen, bronzed feet on cold tiles. I sip camomile tea from your favourite mug, clasp it tightly, holding your warmth. Looking out the window to the stillness of night, thoughts of you unravel and I am back in the mountains of Tenerife as we gaze in wonder […]
a collage of shells coloured stones and glass gathered on childhood beaches frame the last photo of my father and I
Draped in a veil of ivory lace she circles the frozen lake. Her pearl studded hair ashen with grief flies with the icy wind under a star-lit night. She stands a while staring into the deep, watching white lilies bloom. A gold ring burns her frozen finger as she whispers the words “I do”. […]
Stark white walls in lush green hills glitters of blue through tall tree tops where butterflies swing on a rope of cloud, climbing on a breeze. Chiffon wings flap like sheets on the line, higher and higher they go. Nestled in the walls my love fingers my hair weaving it into wicker. He […]