Monthly Archives: September 2015

Quickie

A friend of mine recently visited Philadelphia, and was showing me some photos he’d taken on his cell. One was of the Liberty Bell. Sort of. It was actually a replica of the Liberty Bell made out of Legos and … Continue reading

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Holding On

Originally posted on Poet Rummager:
His wife was crying He held her hand while his son Saluted his tomb ? (Photo from Definitivamente)

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Irish Catholic

“Baptism leaves an indelible mark on the soul and there is no way nor any reason that one could be re-baptized.”—Andres Ortiz, possibly quoting a catechism. “Whatever happens, don’t let those bastards touch me.”—a friend of mine, requesting that last … Continue reading

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Restorative Justice For The Celtic Peoples

Originally posted on AN SIONNACH FIONN:
Returning to the issue of righting old wrongs, what might be described as restorative justice for dispossessed cultures, Paula Young Lee makes these observations on the decision by Barack Obama to officially recognise the name of…

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Rebel On The Run

“I’ve had a hard time finding you, because you keep moving; if you keep moving, that means you’re running; and if you’re running, that means they’re after you, which means that you must be doing something right.”—Anonymous. “There was a … Continue reading

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Knife

Originally posted on Poet Rummager:
A punctured heart wound So much internal bleeding Unrequited love

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