Monthly Archives: March 2021

Easter Morning

Easter Morning Double breasted pink and grey coat, new straw hat with elastic tight under my chin. Shiny new shoes. Gran makes sure I’m dressed right. It’s a long walk to Saint Theresa’s; my father carries me part of the … Continue reading

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If you love stone places that are older than the pryamids, you might like Loughcrew. For me, it has the feeling of solitude of refection that happens at a silent retreat, linked to inner work. At Easter sunrise, the light … Continue reading

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Irish Memories

This poem comes from the memory of a fiddler I met in a small Donegal town. It’s the story of his family, and how he came to be born in Sligo. As he told his story, we all had tears … Continue reading

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In New England, March brings the hope of spring. The sun is with us longer, snow melts. And we can have lots of snow fall. In my yard right now there is 8 inches of snow, lots of ice, and … Continue reading

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