Category Archives: Ireland

Joyce and Sweny by Merrion Park

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Brú na Bóinne Knowth, Dowth

    Brú na Bóinne became a World Heritage Site in 1993. Brú na Bóinne, also known as  Newgrange has been settled for at least 6,000 years.  The tombs are dated to late stone age. Construction of the passage tomb started roughly … Continue reading

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Thanks to Brian Bingham of Automatic Pilot

Four of my poems just published today in Automatic Pilot, an Irish journal.  It is available both in print and in digital format  https://www.automaticpilot.space/store  

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March Full Moon and me

 Winter’s end is close.  There is enough snowcover that the field is illuminated under the full moon, almost bright enough to read by. There’s such beauty in the winter’s full moons, as well as her dark times. I value the … Continue reading

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Burrow into November

Field, forest, and sea sink into longer times of darkness. By late afternoon the sun sends thin slits of light through branches. There is hoar frost each morning. Snakes, worms, bears and frogs all burrow in deeper, as I do … Continue reading

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September Readings and giveaway

 Sept 23 & 24  I’ll be one of the folks reading at the Garlic & Arts Festival in Orange MA. My slot is close to noon on Saturday.  Visit the Energy Tent, and find out about alernative sources of energy … Continue reading

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