Category Archives: Poems

What Is This Life…

While out walking today these lines, learned at school an age ago, popped into my head. What is this life if, full of care, We have no time to stand and stare. When my walk was over I looked up … Continue reading

Posted in Dublin, Poems, Thoughts | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

In honour of National Smile Day

Apparently the first Friday in October is National Smile Day.  Who knew?  I thought I might try to embrace the sentiment by smiling at everyone.   It started badly.  I frightened my teenage daughter by beaming at her over breakfast … Continue reading

Posted in Poems | Tagged | Leave a comment

A Limerick about Limerick

An alternate tourist named Nick Went to South Hill in Limerick He shouted ‘Stab City You ain’t very pretty’ Now he walks with the aid of a stick.

Posted in Poems | Leave a comment