Tag: the moth
“A Gradual Eden” and other poems by Audrey Molloy
A Gradual Eden After the lava had cooled, hardened like a carapace over the fresh-earth graves of our marriages, nothing happened for a while. Sure, you and I still talked all night, once dared to walk arm-in-arm like a real couple to the Vietnamese restaurant with the string-bead curtain and napkins folded into swans. I…
Poems from ‘We’ll Sing Blackbird’ by Rebecca O’Connor
Domestic Bliss I place a jug of lavender on the table to mask the smell of mould from under the fridge while you draw nails to hammer with your fist. Then I draw a hammer, and watch as you try to lift it from the page. by day it’s Mr Men, Mad Men,…
2011 poetry news, and online information for poets.
Given that the Irish Times Books of the Year did not make mention of poetry books for 2011, I thought to add some links to Irish poetry presses and imprints for those readers of poetry who are not catered for in the list-system. I have to say that I do not think of such ephemera…