What is the poetic desire? To be consumed with creative fire. To put oneself, their self; within book on a … Continue reading “On universal truths, poetics and the soul of the world” by Conor D. Ryan
The cold, hard light of the morning by the fireside Continue reading Ember and Inferno by Conor D. Ryan
Who are the fairies? What are the fairies? The poets and bards cannot lie. Continue reading Who are the trooping fairys? By Conor D. Ryan. Thoughts inspired by WB Yeats.
Post- valentines day musings Continue reading Satori, a love story.
Roads, like rivers wind Cut through the earth with the passage of time. Souls, as droplets they intertwine – Intermingle; … Continue reading Return to Source, by Conor Ryan
Lit orbs hang from the sky Wondering if they float or fly Wandering, as time passes by Cycles, measuring passing … Continue reading Heavens clocked, a poem by Conor Ryan
Have we not always lived in an age Where greed made proverbial bars on mankinds cage. What of each identity? … Continue reading The moment is fleeting
Making a point for the validity of archeoastronomy and arguing for an interest in antiquity. Arguing for the validity in … Continue reading Archeoastronomy(or Astroantiquarianism)