Divisions among men, when it really matters
A reign of dictatorship and retribution is what we can expect should the majority of voters lose their common sense for a second time
By Terry Boyle The following piece of imaginary playfulness is rooted in my understanding of modern Irish literature. Yeats, a pioneer of the Irish Literary Renaissance, paved […]
Terry Boyle reflects on the inevitability of change and its impact on Ireland and the world, embracing the need to evolve and adapt.
Terry Boyle discusses the unexpected extreme weather events occurring globally and emphasizes the need for action on climate change. He recounts his personal experience with unusual weather patterns, such as a hurricane in a desert area. Terry highlights the importance of addressing climate change, urging people to pressure politicians to take action and vote for candidates who prioritize environmental issues.
By Terry Boyle At 7 years old what do you know about life? I would argue nothing of real importance, but, in Catholic terms, you’ve completed your 7-year journey and […]
By Terry Boyle ‘Are you Irish?’ I am asked this question all the time. It should not surprise me. My accent is a dead giveaway. I suppose that matters could be […]
By Terry Boyle When the news finally gets away from the rantings of a former president acting like a two-year-old proclaiming his innocence when we all know he’s guilty, we […]
It had been a while since D.T. (Dickey Tricky) had held a popular place in people’s minds. His sunny disposition had not fared well since his popularity had begun to wane. […]
Terry from Derry: Meditation on an Ice FlowBy Terry Boyle Getting older brings with it a unique form of nostalgia. With less time ahead, it’s natural to look back more. […]