AN EXCURSION, THE ALDI OUTING, A SHORT STORY

            We’re going to Aldi tomorrow, me and The Mother.           She started making a list last Sunday! She’s never been before and the excitement is only bouncing through the freshly aired house (we open all the windows at 11am and a good time to close […]

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GOLD TAINTED GRASSES

  Corners come crawling from the fine folds of memory when the lavender was long with laughter beyond the bridge where the lazy water twisted her sky’s blues through rough rock and tufts of gold tainted grasses that I captured on canvas and you kept in glass cases crowded with curated curiosities and empty wine […]

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SEND IN THE CLOWNS

  Twisted in torment throughout time, we are tenements tears could fill in their thousands. If only we were clowns and comedy was our calling. All words by Damien B. Donnelly   Twitter poetry prompt “tears could Fill” from #WrittenRiver

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