There’s a stone and its black and green and it lies on the riverbed, With neither eyes to see nor tears that can be shed, Yet the light of a million moons its drank searching for the dead. – Brendan Hayes (18-07-2013) . This is not the end of the the line__________________ | |…
Author: Street Line Critics
Anne Culhane’s Piece on Thomas Street
Walking down Thomas street and loving the names of the shops ; ‘Watercolours’ ‘Bella Italia’ ‘Medjana’ the names roll off the tongue. I see the brightness of the street. Its wideness makes me look left and right as I try to catch it all. People strolling, children skipping. I hear snippets of chat (‘Fair play…
A Revealing Absence
On the outskirts, Warehouse boulevard. Sales, Only a fool would let it go. . Quick to grab, Life seems all a hurry. . A chat? No. Product information. . Like eating only for nutrition, An awareness of absence. . A longing to go to Sean’s, On the corner, And asking how his father is. –
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‘Street Line Critics’ is group of writers who share their thoughts, experiences and insights about particular places and routes in Limerick city using words of chalk as our medium. We offer alternative perspectives of how we see and use these public places. Through our musings and observations we are starting a conversation with and about…
Photograph from O’ Callaghan Strand
TomCat Street Festival
TomCat Street festival was a great opportunity to engage directly with people on the street, pitching the idea and gaining feedback. A huge thanks is in order for Natalie Woociker, the photographer for the weekend and David Tierney, who spent the weekend helping out in every possible way. A thank you of course also to…
TomCat Street Festival 4
Photo taken by Natalie Woociker