Irish American Writers & Artists – Reading Dec-17

Readings at the Irish American Writers and Artists meeting on Dec 7, 2017. I was among a varied group of writers and Artists who shared their work with the public. Here’s an excerpt from their publication. “‪A welcome new member, playwright and poet Jim Cullinane read his very short story “Wilma” and an inspirational essay “Why I […]

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Salon Night at Thalia

A Memorable Salon Night at Thalia. Recently I had the pleasure to speak at Salon Night together with other authors. The speech was written up in Salon Daily of the Echo Arts & Lifestyle issue of November22-23, 2017. The article’s link is ==> ECHO 11.22.17

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Inevitability

Mesmerizing is how I would describe Falling unequivocally under your spell But retrospectively, how could it be Otherwise – I will explain. A vision of the one for me Was in my head, how she would be As time marched on irretrievably And then and then, she stood before me. How could I not fall […]

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Magic Morning

On a soft and gentle morning, I rise up from my bed Vestige of night still clinging, I close the door and head Into a verdant landscape, of wilderness and stone And I am lost and found and gone, to a realm of utter lone There is no past or future, I’ve neither pain nor […]

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Hello World

Hi there, This blog is a place to publish a small selection of my poems and short stories. These reflect themes, observations, and opinions that I have. I would very much appreciate it, if you would read and review them, and post the review at the bottom of the story. Any help you can provide […]

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