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Valentine’s Day – Poem

I see Valentine's Day as an opportunity to celebrate love in all its forms. Last year, I was treated to...

More than Winter – Poem

I was so young. I stood at the edge of a waterfall, cried her happy tears,let her dress me in silver-white, a lace so fleeting, it could not be shaped.

Snow Picture – Winter Poem

I found your smile in a snow picture — you must have been twenty-six.We weren't married but felt we'd eloped to a green land dipped in stars . . .

Christmas at the Castle – Review

There is no warmer welcome than lights at a castle; a castle that speaks of the past, whispers of fairy tales, calls you to sample a mince pie and a glass of mulled wine . . .

Sea-felled Fruits – Micropoem

Sea-felled fruits holding ever afters . . .

Black Widow – Halloween Poem

https://soundcloud.com/user-703451359/black-widowThere are a number of inspirations behind this new poem, ‘Black Widow’, which I decided to...

Your Way – Motherhood Poem

The poem, 'Your Way' was written from observations of my children at the toddling stage.  This time of new steps, new sensations...

The Only Truth – For National Poetry Day

Your body enfolds me piece by piece. In this womb I dream of awakened faces, loved ones I've lost . . .

Moon Woman – Spoken Word Poem

Reading this poem aloud to a packed Parade Tower, at Kilkenny Castle was exhilarating! ‘Moon Woman’ was chosen...