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By Stuart Pirie
Short Argumentative Essay on whether the Old Firm are beneficial to Scottish football as a whole.
â€œAnd todayâ€™s my birthday,â€ I stated. Everyone looked at me, and May reappeared.
â€œYou just turned, how old?â€ Lola asked.
â€œSeventeen,â€ I said proudly.
â€œUh oh,â€ May said stepping back.
â€œWhat?â€ I asked.
By Yidhra Codex
A poem about the Celtic Lugh (or Ildanach).
Poetry | Updated Dec 28, 2011 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A poem about the Celtic Ildanach (Lugh).
This poem is inspired by the song Christmas 1915 performed by Celtic Thunder. BTW No Man's Land was the strip of land between two enemy trenches in WWI.
Poetry | Updated Dec 7, 2010 | Reads: 145 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 4
When Mordred's homested is destroyed by Christian raiders, he and his out cast friend Derfel set out on a quest for revenge, making some unnerving discoveries on the way.
Following the tragic death of her mother, Ashlyn discovers her family's sacred magickal past. These secrets take her to Ireland where she must attend a school that will teach her to manipulate her newfound skills and supernatural abilities for good versus evil.
Someday life will be fairer, need will be rarer, and greed will not pay.
This Story is About Neil Byrne of Celtic Thunder he is a Vampire Meet's a Girl Named Jen they fall in love blah blah ya know ha i hate writing summary's hope u enjoy the story
Short Story | Updated May 30, 2010 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is a short story set in the world of my Novel that I am working on called P-Town Rhythm. It is an urban city fantasy set in a futuristic alternate reality. I wrote this today inspired by the fact that it's St. Patty's Day! I hope you enjoy and drink some green beer while you read. Also, you...
Not all of the wee folk are a good lot to have on your heels.
Spring is 3 weeks late here. memories hark back to'47 when it snowed here in the west of Ireland until April.That winter is spoken about still.It is feared as much as the Famine
The latin title is to suggest - dressing up or as ''adornment'' of Spring.
This is a bit of infotmation on the country of Bryton. By the way guess which country in this world it is.
Novel | Updated Nov 28, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 4
Step into the magic world of Celtic fairy tales to find out what happened to Mabyn
By Caitlin Dunley
The ancient Celts had a name for the elusive, watery hours, after moonset but before sunrise, when the world is cool and fresh and furtive. They called it the time-between-times, neither night nor day, and they believed that it held special powers. During this time more than any other, our world...