2 poems by Denis O’Sullivan

By Cillian Russell on Wednesday, January 16th, 2019 in Blog.

No More Tears I’ve cried And  Ive cried Till I Can cry No More So heartbroken And devastated As I Watched you Walk out That door And the Feelings that I have  for you You may Never know As you Left me behind Was it Because you just didn’t Love me No more Oh how […]

Loving You

By Mary Malone on Wednesday, December 5th, 2018 in Blog, News.

The hardest thing  For me  to do Is letting go And stop  loving you    Cause no matter What we’re Going through  We should  At Least  Give it One more try    Sure we  May of  Said things  That we  might regret  and I’m sure In time  it’s something  that we both  will forget    […]

My Mind Runs Away

By Mary Malone on Tuesday, September 18th, 2018 in Blog.

 My Mind Runs Away Sometimes my mind runs up, sometimes my mind runs down When monstrous emotions surface resurface – impulsively my mind wants to run and run   My finger posed on triggers of hurt, desire, sex, relationship – the mind over stretches A denied unconscious of trauma reverberate up and out – demanding […]

On Track in Carlow

By Mary Malone on Monday, September 17th, 2018 in Blog.

On Track in Carlow   To the Talbot Hotel, in Carlow we go  A brilliant Hotel, why change what we know    A first trip for some, we will show them the way  A tremendous 3 nights, with so little to pay    So we arrive in Carlow, let’s do a head count  Where is […]

Just another day in the life of a social drifter

By Cillian Russell on Tuesday, July 17th, 2018 in Blog.

Just another day in the life of a social drifter John sits alone in the cafe. By himself. He smiles to himself. John is waiting. Quietly. He knows that nothing will probably turn up. Nothing happens. Much. All is quiet. John don’t make no trouble, for no one. He don’t cause no problems. He don’t […]

The Necklace

By Cillian Russell on Friday, July 13th, 2018 in Blog.

THE NECKLACE A Short Story by Eva Burke The sky was streaked with grey. Heavy rain clouds saturated with water hung mercilessly abound the city. Gazing out of the window, her nose pressed against the glass, Cassie breathed a fog of air against the cold frame. It was minus one and oh so chilly. She […]


By Cillian Russell on Tuesday, June 19th, 2018 in Blog.

A PERFECT MOMENT I was drinking an orange drink from a Beauful Handcarved Crystal Glass And I felt Peace – Perfect Peace Niamh Brilley

Adding in Faith

By andy on Friday, February 2nd, 2018 in Blog.

  I walk around town And feeling dazed With talk of Stigma Some day being erased.   For I must strive And keep moving on This is Mental illness I’ve done nothing wrong.   They give me my medicine But they say there’s no cure, I sometimes wonder Should I take them anymore.   Some […]

Getting there Finally….

By andy on Tuesday, January 30th, 2018 in Blog.

People tell you that the stigma of mental health is improving in Ireland. to a certain extent I agree and then there is part of me that just wants to laugh. I was your typical office worker, in a group environment where everyone heard everything. From what you were eating for lunch to who was kissing […]

My Mind Quickens

By andy on Tuesday, November 21st, 2017 in Blog.

    My mind quickens, At the sight of the city, But I am a spacer, True and true. Overthinking thinks nothing goes right, Everyone asks are you ok. But that is the problem, Why don’t you pour washing up liquid down my throat? A hundred people ask are you ok? And what if I […]

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