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Irishman Walking is about my walking the coastal roads of Japan through a series of summer, winter, spring, and autumn stages. Stage 1 began in Cape Soya in Hokkaido in the summer of 2009, and ended in Noshiro City in Akita Prefecture seven weeks later. This summer (2012), Stage 8… Read More
Irishman Walking is about my walking the coastal roads of Japan through a series of summer, winter, spring, and autumn stages. Stage 1 began in Cape Soya in Hokkaido in the summer of 2009, and ended in Noshiro City in Akita Prefecture seven weeks later. This summer (2012), Stage 8… Read More
Irishman Walking is about my walking the coastal roads of Japan through a series of summer, winter, spring, and autumn stages. Stage 1 began in Cape Soya in Hokkaido in the summer of 2009, and ended in Noshiro City in Akita Prefecture seven weeks later. This summer (2012), Stage 8… Read More
Irishman Walking is about my walking the coastal roads of Japan through a series of summer, winter, spring, and autumn stages. Stage 1 began in Cape Soya in Hokkaido in the summer of 2009, and ended in Noshiro City in Akita Prefecture seven weeks later. This summer (2012), Stage 8… Read More
Irishman Walking is about my walking the coastal roads of Japan through a series of summer, winter, spring, and autumn stages. Stage 1 began in Cape Soya in Hokkaido in the summer of 2009, and ended in Noshiro City in Akita Prefecture seven weeks later. This summer (2012), Stage 8… Read More
Irishman Walking is about my walking the coastal roads of Japan through a series of summer, winter, spring, and autumn stages. Stage 1 began in Cape Soya in Hokkaido in the summer of 2009, and ended in Noshiro City in Akita Prefecture seven weeks later. This summer (2012), Stage 8… Read More
Irishman Walking is about my walking the coastal roads of Japan through a series of summer, winter, spring, and autumn stages. Stage 1 began in Cape Soya in Hokkaido in the summer of 2009, and ended in Noshiro City in Akita Prefecture seven weeks later. This summer (2012), Stage 8… Read More
Irishman Walking is about my walking the coastal roads of Japan through a series of summer, winter, spring, and autumn stages. Stage 1 began in Cape Soya in Hokkaido in the summer of 2009, and ended in Noshiro City in Akita Prefecture seven weeks later. This summer (2012), Stage 8… Read More
Irishman Walking is about my walking the coastal roads of Japan through a series of summer, winter, spring, and autumn stages. Stage 1 began in Cape Soya in Hokkaido in the summer of 2009, and ended in Noshiro City in Akita Prefecture seven weeks later. This summer (2012), Stage 8… Read More
Irishman Walking is about my walking the coastal roads of Japan through a series of summer, winter, spring, and autumn stages. Stage 1 began in Cape Soya in Hokkaido in the summer of 2009, and ended in Noshiro City in Akita Prefecture seven weeks later. This summer (2012), Stage 8… Read More
Irishman Walking is about my walking the coastal roads of Japan through a series of summer, winter, spring, and autumn stages. Stage 1 began in Cape Soya in Hokkaido in the summer of 2009, and ended in Noshiro City in Akita Prefecture seven weeks later. This summer (2012), Stage 8… Read More
Irishman Walking is about my walking the coastal roads of Japan through a series of summer, winter, spring, and autumn stages. Stage 1 began in Cape Soya in Hokkaido in the summer of 2009, and ended in Noshiro City in Akita Prefecture seven weeks later. This summer (2012), Stage 8… Read More
Irishman Walking is about my walking the coastal roads of Japan through a series of summer, winter, spring, and autumn stages. Stage 1 began in Cape Soya in Hokkaido in the summer of 2009, and ended in Noshiro City in Akita Prefecture seven weeks later. This summer (2012), Stage 8… Read More
Irishman Walking is about my walking the coastal roads of Japan through a series of summer, winter, spring, and autumn stages. Stage 1 began in Cape Soya in Hokkaido in the summer of 2009, and ended in Noshiro City in Akita Prefecture seven weeks later. This summer (2012), Stage 8… Read More
Irishman Walking is about my walking the coastal roads of Japan through a series of summer, winter, spring, and autumn stages. Stage 1 began in Cape Soya in Hokkaido in the summer of 2009, and ended in Noshiro City in Akita Prefecture seven weeks later. This summer (2012), Stage 8… Read More
This has been an ongoing idea ever since I was a child, and this is my first attempt at writing it...this is also my first ever fantasy story, so I hope a bunch of you will enjoy! (And booksie is a turd because it says someone already has this title,… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Another lighter, happier song, but this one is a little more obvious with the undertones. I'm going to have to ask my friends to help me out, I kind of want some violin and piano in this. Read More
Like the wind I will move. Don't stop our fire begins. At night in the glow. Read More
A poem about elements. It's a poem created created with nothing in my mind. I'm just doing something else, then it cross my mind. Read More
Supermoon enormity encapsulates triune objectivity- Shifty Setting Sun Buenos Noches Father Son Holy Ghost- and within Trifecta Win aligned at the Gate Moon Fecundity- sponge with the salt spray and Vapor- umbilical reign of a Chariots Satchell. kilometers - protractor Normally greater distance wind sprint to witness. -(c)LyraHYdraComa Read more… Read More
Supermoon Supermoon enormity encapsulates triune objectivity- Shifty Setting Sun Buenos Noches Father Son Holy Ghost- and within Trifecta Win aligned at the Gate Moon Fecundity- sponge with the salt spray and Vapor- umbilical reign of a Chariots Satchell. kilometers - protractor Normally greater distance wind sprint to witness. -(c)LyraHYdraComa Read More

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Comments: 10

The Booksie Classic House

I've been contemplating this one for two days...and it is finished, my poem...if you can find a better name, relay it to me, for this simple one I may change it out for...and for your notice, I know a bit about plants... Read More
I'm going to be honest, I've been suicidal lately, and this is my way of coping with it. I won't ever do it, because I have a lot to live for and I have plans for my future, but depression isn't something that you can just shut off. If you're… Read More
Vernal Fridays finds Her biding Time Chastity vibe and a bottle of Wine Resting upon a ledge balance beamed Light and dark fluidity of movement- Diurnal Vernal blade of Bluegrass Holding the contour of a footstep Left Behind yesterdays Gamble. A Win streak Wind beaked Birdcall Beckons a Supper time… Read More
A short prose piece about a meadow in the night comprised by a song. Read More
It's the only thing that made sense to her. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

The expanded sense of awareness when insomnia hits Read More
One of the only poems I've written that doesn't rhyme. Can'tt remember what I was thinking when I wrote it or what inspired me, I just remember it was a late night. Found it on an old computer, enjoy Read More
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