Tag: nature poetry

  • What I have to Say – Poetry

    What I have to Say – Poetry

    Can I tell you before it’s tarnished? Before the lichen crust absolves me of need to share?

  • Micropoetry – Piebald Rug & Flood

    Burgundy-earth patches on cream, soft as calla lily.

  • Walks by Water – Two Poems

    Walks by Water – Two Poems

    The Shore A shot of sea spills its gut, deep music.

  • Outside the Window

    Outside the Window

    Waterford Writers’ Weekend is fast approaching and I will be leading a workshop called ‘Get Flashy with Fiction’ on Saturday, May 9th. The workshop will run from 10.30 am until 12.30 pm at Central Library, Waterford.

  • Rediscovering The Sea

    I wanted to go to the sea, realised I hadn’t been in almost a year.  Why?  I love the sea.  I grew up with it.  I think it was something to do with being pregnant.  In the first trimester, I felt sick and scared about what was going to happen to my body.  In the…

  • Icicles, a Winter Poem by K. S. Moore

    Icicles, a Winter Poem by K. S. Moore

    Icicles don’t bend, they stand up straight and spear. Through them, I see a white expanse, the field has stolen snow . . .

  • Summer Micropoetry

    Summer Micropoetry

    July can be a heady month; pollen still strong, the sun burgeoning. So far, this July has been a little damp and cooler than expected, but as a hay fever sufferer, I’m not complaining at all! I’ve been busy observing nature and scribbling fragments of summer micropoetry.

  • Walking by the River

    Walking by the River

    I love walking by the river in Carrick-on-Suir. The water always looks so fresh and cool. Sometimes it’s possible to distinguish black flickers of fish in the depths. Swans parade like floating snowdrops and on a sunny day the sky presses, only offering a bare trace of breeze.

  • Tree Sisters – Nature Poem for National Poetry Day

    Happy National Poetry Day, everyone! I’m celebrating with the release of my nature poem: Tree Sisters. It’s the first time the poem has appeared online, although it has been published in my third poetry collection: ‘Landscapes and Hearts’.