Fallen trees after a storm.

Shiver – Storm Poem

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The wind soothsays in the key of G, sighing, I match my tone to his. In our duet I hold out strong, harmonise . . .
Cat shadow on the wall.

Cat Shadow – Halloween Poem

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A cat is a witch's companion of choice.  A cat is also a household pet.  Both identities sit at ease within the animal's elegant...

Paths – Poetry of Seasons

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'Paths' is a poem about that crossover time between autumn and winter; for me, characterised by falling yellow leaves and the appearance of chestnuts...
Leafy path.

A Poem for National Poetry Day

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The floral fade of a battered couch, background to the fiercest moment, when I was happy to feel your skin warm my skin.
Sequins

Sequins – Poem

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The poem, 'Sequins' aims to breathe life back into a time when I felt joy from my head to my toes.  In my late...
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...
Along the shoreline; the place where poetry of the sea lives.

The Line – Poetry of the Sea

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To lie on the line between sand and sea will not be enough, will not express my homesick longing for this one shore.
Fishing boats at Dungarvan.

Wounded Boat – Poem

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He kneels in the twilight, spinning moon disc hot with the surgical grindof steel, the bleed now sparking sickness, weeping fire from the fountain wound.
Daisies

Daisy-Chained Summers – Poetry of Childhood

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Over long, daisy-chained summers I wonderedhow an imaginary horse might move,I took on the actions, my hands were the hooves, my feet made the noise and as I galloped, friend after friend joined me, became a parade.