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Click here to read: A Christmas Haunting A Christmas Haunting
"A large clock in the distance strikes midnight. It is Christmas Eve." A short story by Bobby Ferguson. ...   Read More.....
Click here to read: A Load of Bull A Load of Bull
Blue sky, sunshine, a quiet drive in the countryside - what could be nicer. But as Joan Toase recalls things don't always go according to plan. ...   Read More.....
Click here to read: Auntys child Aunty's child
On long summer nights, as a child Pauline Magee would walk up Courtney Hill with her Aunty Kathleen ...   Read More.....
Click here to read: Beautiful Chrissie Beautiful Chrissie
She is an aunt that Pauline Magee feels a special bond with. Others remember Chrissie for her beauty ...   Read More.....
Click here to read: Defiance Defiance
A thought provoking poem from Lesleyann Kane in Belfast. ...   Read More.....
Click here to read: Hold your head up in the face of embarrassment Hold your head up in the face of embarrassment
For most women there's always a special dress you remember. For Pauline Magee it was a black and gold one she had when she was 17. ...   Read More.....
Click here to read: Love and Hate Love and Hate
A Newry man, who showed great bravery during World War I, Pauline Magee writes about her granda. ...   Read More.....
Click here to read: Our World Our World
A poem written by Philip Kavanagh. ...   Read More.....
Click here to read: The glen with the round tower The glen with the round tower
"... it was blue with millions of bluebells". Pauline Magee writes from New Zealand with her memories of a beautiful morning in May ...   Read More.....
Click here to read: The Idiot The Idiot
A short story by Bobby Ferguson. ...   Read More.....
Click here to read: The Long Goodbye The Long Goodbye
Alzheimer's is an illness that unfortunately too many families have personal experience of. A loved one lost but not gone. ...   Read More.....
Click here to read: The Snowman The Snowman
A wintery poem from Lesleyann Kane in Belfast ...   Read More.....
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