I had the biggest bedroom as a boy but curiosity picked the box room at the lighter end of the short corridor for my summer’s sojourn. I was always looking for other walls that caught the shadows of other lives being lived- to touch the thought, at that time, was tantamount to taking part.Continue reading “LIMITATION OF ROSES”


  I constructed in concrete  so many conditions  to keep me away, like walls to fold me in  and hold you out, but with every kiss the bricks dissolved like snow melting in the heat of the sun that rose again when I thought our foundation had melted. All words and drawings by Damien B.Continue reading “BORDERS AND BOUNDARIES, NO.24, NAPOWRIMO”


  On blood soaked walls  he painted his pain  in shades of scarlet  crying, on walls worked red he captured the child with cries that still  are drying, on scarlet walls he hung his hurt on hooks too high  to handle, in rooms since then he sees that shade still kindling  in the dwindling candle.Continue reading “BORDERS AND BOUNDARIES, NO.22, NAPOWRIMO”


  There are walls we have to build, both boundaries and barricades,  others we have to climb and then that wall, cemented into corners that cannot be cleared, when two worlds  held hands over the cracks  we were happy to overlook. All words and drawings by Damien B. Donnelly


  Walls can comfort or confine, fine is the line between what to fear and how to flee, freedom is not found in any one format,  it is not math, we can only count the cost of what is lost. Walls can be a comfort and still surround like a cell. All words and drawingsContinue reading “BORDERS AND BOUNDARIES, NO.1, NAPOWRIMO”


  Lilac showers Parisian walls to lift the day from tones of grey, colours whisper to hungry minds from lithesome leaves to planting seeds, branches bound like blood to body, to walls so willing like veins now filling, lilac leans with leaves of green, gently swaying, thoughts are weighing, nature bends to hear my callContinue reading “COLOUR ON CURT CORNERS, PART 5; COLOURED SHOWERS”

Paul Stephenson

Poems, Poetry, Poets

Cuimhní Oisín (Oisín Remembers)

Some lays of the Fianna, translated from the Irish by Annraoi de Paor with illustrations by Tim Halpin

Flight of the dragonfly

Spoken Word - Poetry, Flash Fiction, Prose

na rudai ata i mo cheann

The Things That Are In My Head.

eat the Storms

Stay Bloody Poetic

Nigel Kent - Poet

Author of 'Saudade' and 'Psychopathogen'

Specks and Fragments

home of the elusive trope

A Writer's Path

Sharing writing tips, information, and advice.

AMAGA Photography Blog

Words about pictures by Michael Scandling

a dreaming skin

Writing, Poetry & Creativity | Angela T Carr, Dublin, Ireland

Line By Line

Website for writer Kay McKenzie Cooke

Mike Powell

My journey through photography


landscape and change


Literary Magazine


My poetry is my religion.

Dancing In The Current

Colouring Outside The Lines

The Expressible Café

Expressing moments of Inspiration within a cozy setting

Poems for Warriors

"Be on guard. Stand firm in the faith. Be courageous. Be strong. And do everything with love." 1 Cor. 16:13-14

No Shrubs

Meanderings and Commentary

Drawn In

Art • Nature • Exploration

Nature Journeys

A Wildlife Journal In Pictures

Naiem Ur Rehman

Amidst the chaos of Kashmir and confusion of medical sciences, let's do something that we really love - write!

Fleeting Muse

Poetry inspired by ethereal feelings, life events and personal philosophy.

The Citron Review

A Journal of Brief Literature

Luke Atkins

Film, Music, and Television Critic

Chaotic Shapes

Art and Lifestyle by Brandon Knoll

Exploring Colour

New Zealand


French magazine - art & visual culture

Variety is the Spice of Life

A palette of general thoughts & travel stories from all around the world

Frank Solanki

If you want to be a hero well just follow me

The Friday Influence

a poetry blog & online home to the work of José Angel Araguz