Shot by a Seanachai

I am a Seanachai. In Irish Gaelic, this means storyteller. I'm an Australian/British writer, published in over thirty international journals, on a quest to discover my inspiration. Many of these images and words are my own while others drive me to be a better human being - Lara S. Williams
Baby chickens

Baby chickens

Angry, and half in love with you, and tremendously sorry, I turned away.

—F. Scott Fitzgerald - The Great Gatsby 

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Me in Castle Bay, Margaret River, Western Australia

Me in Castle Bay, Margaret River, Western Australia

Strangers React to a Norwegian Boy Out in the Cold without a Jacket

Part of a larger campaign to encourage Norwegians to donate warm coats and blankets to displaced Syrian children, who make up 50% of all refugees from the country.

(Source: futurejournalismproject)

Inch by inch I conquered the inner terrain I was born with. Bit by bit I reclaimed the swamp in which I’d languished. I gave birth to my infinite being, but I had to wrench myself out of me with forceps.

—Fernando Pessoa 

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Hours and days and months and years go by; the past returns no more, and what is to be we cannot know; but whatever the time gives us in which we live, we should therefore be content.

—Marcus Tullius Cicero 

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Me climbing Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh, Scotland