It comes on slowly, gently at first. Afters years and years, after fears And arrears and tears. It comes on slowly. And on a day like any other, … Continue reading Kite
We were, the two of us, parked on a rock each, looking out at Galway Bay on a mild August night. Drunk and merry, drunk and pensive, but in … Continue reading The Closest We’ve Been
Outside it’s autumn, and reds yellows purples and oranges are today’s welcome litter. Now and again they’re sent into a colourful and spirited dance, perhaps at the behest … Continue reading It’s morning, and Conor Oberst is singing
In the supermarket I purchased a pound of laughter when the checkout girl hollered over the PA for a price-check on “asshole customers” In the supermarket I purchased a … Continue reading In the Supermarket
Two men, God, and a waiting room.
A man tries to quit smoking
A husband and wife in the middle of a long drive
There’s a reason why mammy always told you to mind your manners