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Paul Polansky Sat In My Kitchen

The Serbian resident US poet and human rights activist Paul Polansky visited my humble flat some years back. As usual, my place …

Elegy for a Poet I Once Knew

Alas,  I learned of the passing of a poet Paul Curran I shared a stage with often at Scene of the Rhyme …

Say Hello to all the Poets

Dedicated to the memory of the late Kay Kinghammer, of the Blackwater Poetry Group, R.I.P. Say hello to all the poets as …

The Great Mcgonagall

William “Topaz” Mc Gonnagle was poet from Dundee, who discovered he could make a rhyme at the grand old age of 52 …

My Way Is In The Sand Flowing

” My way is like the sand flowing between the shingle and the dune” The sand it flows on the seashore Here …

Those Who Fought on That Side

Many men faught not for Ireland But under another flag And of their deeds our folklore feeds Of them we like to …

Dawn Breaks as Yeats Goes to Sleep

Yeats died before the outbreak of war, and his Nobel prizes and international fame was most seen through the Versailles era, with …

Truth Kills Kings

“Truth is dangerous. It topples palaces and kills kings. It stirs gentle men to rage and bids them take up arms. It …

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