Snow Picture – Winter Poem

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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 . . .
Mermaid

Flash Fiction: Soap-White

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She assumes her position at the sink, everything greasy from the day's befores. She scrubs at silver insides; the eternal circle from clean to unclean. The water pounds in and she thinks of the river; a rat's tail - just the tail, moving through rushes.

Off to see the Wizard, Picnics & Poetry

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We were off the see the Wizard last Sunday, having bought cinema tickets for Oz the Great and Powerful. The film made my weekend, with its stunning fantasy world and a tug at childhood memories.
Spider Web pictured against a green, outdoor background

Performing Poetry, Chasing Spiders

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I was performing poetry at Brewery Lane, Carrick-on-Suir last Friday. I was also battling a severe case of stage fright. Back when I ran a small publishing company called 'Young Welsh and Poetic', I read poetry regularly, for the most part at my own events, on my own terms.

A Cold, a Comic Hero and a Ray of Hope.

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Drip, drip, drip . . . No, I did not have to deal with a leaking tap over the weekend, but a sorry nose. ...

River Walking in Kilmacthomas

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I find the river. I feel the walk beneath my soles. The sky holds a spreading heat and I follow the light into the water, where it dapples, moves through green weed and over stones. A fish startles to life and I see him flick through the depths.
A selection of nature inspired micropoetry, by K. S. Moore.

Micropoetry Inspired by Nature

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I've been sharing this micropoetry on Twitter and Facebook over the last few weeks. But it's always satisfying to gather thoughts, moments and poems, into a place where they might make sense, or at least be kept safe. So, take a look, have a ponder, and let me know if any particular poem appeals and why. It's great to get feedback!
Beetle at Mahon Falls

Beetle – Nature Poem

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The beetle of this poem is a creature of reality. I encountered it four years ago at Mahon Falls and knew then, it would...

A Writing Whirlwind

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I feel like I'm caught up in a writing whirlwind at the moment. Lots of words are swirling around me - some, taking the form of poems, some, stories and many, (although sometimes it feels like not enough) are combining to take the shape of a novel.