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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...
(Jeremy's War: "Prologue". A cinematic 'trailer' introducing a novel, set in World War 1...) A PROMISE The expression on his face was pure terror. The black leather flying helmet and the flying goggles could not hide the mouth that grimaced in a strange manner. At times the lips moved as if in...
Following popular appeal from my regular readers, (all three of you, Jimmy is on holiday) I am continuing the experiment. I tell myself: "Fools rush in, where angels fear... to be read." KENTUCKY FRIED GOD-IN-A-BOX (part 2) I try to wander through this vale of... of.... flowers, with a balanced, good humored, tolerant, and reasonably compassionate...
KENTUCKY FRIED GOD-IN-A-BOX     Part 1:   The Butterfly Do you remember when you were at junior school? Wasn't there always some kid who brought a prized possession to school, such as a spider in a box? Or a beetle? Or, maybe a butterfly?  The latter, usually stone dead from fright anyway, was sometimes stuck through with a pin, and...
(It never ceases to amaze me how much time is gobbled up when you write. It becomes alarming. Even though the ideas are vividly at the forefront of your mind, you can only translate them onto paper by investing quite absurd amounts of time. It's true what they say: 1 per cent inspiration, 99 per cent perspiration. I know what Brian Lecomber meant when he said to an interviewer: "I hope I...
(I find it very interesting how differently people relate to the next story, and how they interpret it. This is a story I wrote a long time ago.It goes back to dark days, during a long, long hopelessly corrupt court case, which lasted for years, and about which I was trying to write a book. The depth of perjury, which the other side elevated to almost an art form, and the cynical, hopelessly...
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