Tag Archives: Annette J Dunlea

Oh My God, I am turning into my mother! By Annette J Dunlea

The signs are there: Always buying some plants and scented candles when doing the weekly shop. I am a feeder. Everyone who calls to the house I make a pot of tea and feed with my home baking. I practice … Continue reading

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The 18th Party

The 18th Party A surprise party was planned for Nicole’s 18th birthday, Balloons were hung up all over the local hall its center piece a flower bouquet, For the entertainment a dj and disco her mum booked, A huge birthday … Continue reading

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Spring

Spring It begins on the vernal equinox and ends on the summer solstice, Its months are March, April and May to be concise, One of the four seasons on solar term it commences on 4th February and ends on the … Continue reading

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Changing Jobs

Changing Jobs You told the boss you are leaving, You had enough your moving on but still he is disbelieving, You are resigning and given two weeks notice, You’re looking for your P45 there’s no malice, You’ve got a better … Continue reading

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Memories

Memories Thinking of times past, brings happy images to my mind, The things we did when we were young and our life’s intertwined, We remember at a reunion these with fond affection, On a cold winters evening looking at our … Continue reading

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Irish Writers

Irish Writers Many famous Irish writers celebrate Ireland, James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift by the pen in their hands, Four were awarded the Nobel prize, Yeats, Shaw, Becket and Heaney all guys. II Recently we have Maeve Binchy, Marian … Continue reading

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The Countryside

The Countryside I love to visit the green open fields, I get a sense of relief from city worries and freedom it yields, Beach or hill walks at my own pace, Less cars so quiet roads to cycle or horse … Continue reading

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