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An Irregular Irish Summer

An Irish summer lasts three days. Sometimes, if we’re lucky, one per month. We get high temperatures And we complain about them, And then they go away, Replaced by a wet patch or four, Flash floods and lightning storms, And … Continue reading

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Snow Fall

The snow had stopped only a couple of hours when Kim plucked up the courage to step outside. The wind had howled ferociously throughout the city, an unholy sound tearing through old buildings. She remained, the entire time, in the … Continue reading

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Snow Day

Christmas was coming. The date was marked on the calendar, encircled with a red permanent marker. In the run-up to Christmas Eve, Jack Frost’s social life was busy, and involved his peers. A couple of weeks before Christmas, the Winter … Continue reading

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