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The Honey Queen from Galway An exercise in Symbolism There is a fine seductive reasoning, and it appears as a form of mental sickness. Like the effects of too much of the juice of the barley, it leads men to sit around, confidently bumping their gums. In this type of closed mutual admiration society, there goes on a lot of virtue flaunting and preening. Where goes Ireland today? With many so-called Republicans calling for 'open borders' and 'Globalism' and apparently enamored with that dusty old fool, Karl Marx...? Let's look at the busy, hardworking honey bee Queen, that tended all her life to her busy hive in County Galway. Through storms and winters, through cold and drought. Fighting off thieves and raiders, she and her workers & drones protected the hive. The...
Ch.32 A PLEA FOR MERCY For the next week, the 'Master Plan' was continually postponed. The weather -ironically- was too clear. Baxter wanted a certain amount of cloud around, to afford concealment for the main body of thirty odd aircraft. 'A' Flight flew several times, and Jeremy divided his operational time between intensive flying, carrying out simulated...
Diary (4) THE EYE OF THE HURRICANE The wind howled at the night and pitiful humanity, and unknown hostile forces were beating on our walls and roof. The electricity had long since failed. If I peered out furtively through the curtains, past the improvised plywood shutters, I could vaguely make out sheets of rain intertwined with airborne debris. Leaves, twigs, branches, corrugated...
A Blip on the Radar Part 3:  Sunshine        Of all the human beings I have encountered on this planet during the course of my little life, the proud, the humble, the kind, the selfish, the arrogant and the meek, there is one man who occupies a special place in my heart. He was more than a buddy to me. He was my brother. He was...
He was kind and he cared for all his wonderful friends a very special man one of the people I knew my genuine friend often when there were no e-mails from me he asked "Are you an okay?" I like this friend a lot he had a heart of Gold in today's world so cold there are not too many around to say, "Hello and how do you do?" But he was different, he...
Ch. 31 AN ACCIDENTAL ENCOUNTER There came a point when he started to feel bloody silly. By the time he had accidentally on purpose trotted past the entrance to her farm three times. This could go on forever. When ever he managed to get away - which was very rare - the chances were poor indeed that she should happen to be coming in or out. It was more...
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