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4 poems by featured poet, Ceinwen E Cariad Haydon

Ceinwen E Cariad Haydon: Ceinwen lives in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, and writes short stories and poetry. She has been published in web magazines and...

Faith Atuhumuze – the food aid chain

Faith lives and writes in Uganda. Her work has appeared in poetry anthologies such as “imagine. explore. create. inspire.” and “the alphabet soup poetry...

In Conversation with Emma McKervey

Emma McKervey won the 2015 PoetryNI/Translink Poetry Competition and in 2016 she was shortlisted for both the NI National Poetry Competition and the Bord...

5 Poems from Steve Klepetar

Steve Klepetar has recently relocated to the Berkshires in Massachusetts after 36 years in Minnesota. His work has received several nominations for Best of...

Featured poet.

Grandfather’s Passing The aunties with scarves around their head they brought cake and cookies galore a little sweetness for a day of the dead the sadness of loss...

4 poems by featured poet, Jeremy Nathan Marks

Jeremy Nathan Marks is an American writer living in London, Ontario. Recent poetry has appeared (or is appearing) in Chiron Review, I-70 Review, Ariel...

Featured poet, Lorraine Carey

It Could Have Been You   In the queue she stood, alternating hips to bear the post-menopausal spread, the watch snug snaked around the wrist. Her weary arms were splashed with age...

Poet Shalom Galve Aranas

Shalom Galve Aranas is a freelance writer from Manila, Philippines. She has been writing for a decade now. She has been published in The...
Graham Allen

5 poems from Graham Allen, our featured poet

  Epicurus On The Banks Of The Hudson   Sun slants through the web of sky and the world of corners glistens, constructing a halo to soften sight. Everything alive...

Maeve O’Sullivan Featured Poet

Elsewhere, around the world in poetry, haiku & haibun. Maeve O’Sullivan, Alba Publishing, ISBN 9781910185773, Paperback. 110pp, Publication: November 2017, €12 / £10 / $15   One of Maeve O’Sullivan’s aims...
Kate Ennals

5 poems by featured poet Kate Ennals

My Parents Wedding Photo   I gaze at this photograph as a child feel that something is not quite right They (is that really you?) stand, arched Before a...

Our featured poet Felicia McCarthy

Famine Ship (for sculptor, John Behan) . From the forge of his imagination comes a boat out of the past, carrying our ancestors and our shame. Flaunting it. ...

Enduring Utopia and other poems

Enduring Utopia They have usurped my womb, my sun, ravaged my mind with privation – now they want my body. I am slave, at the mercy of food, a weapon,...
geraldine O'Kane

Venus In My Living Room and Other Poems

. Venus in my Living Room   I was wearing the creativity bracelet you bought me, the night that Venus and Mars were visible alongside the moon, and a...

Winter in New England and other poems

. . Winter in New England . Night drops like a hammer. All day sludge grey snow, slivers of ice.   Fear of falling on paths covered with snow. Night drops like a...

Timekeeper’s Vigil and other poems

. . Timekeeper’s Vigil sand holds memory deep impressions solid or grainy separatedness where bare footed joy or the heel of empire is finally stranded out of time and place interred the mighty the...
Anne McMaster

End of Year and other poems

Author - Anne McMaster End of Year From here, you can see the fabric of the year scuffed raw and worn thin around a grey horizon’s fine and...

Poetry’s Not Dead and other poems

Poetry’s Not Dead I’ve seen it on the underpass In a winter’s dealer night, Knifed by moribund moonbeams, The spray on the fuliginous wall Proclaiming poetry’s not dead. I wonder...
Iris Orpi

Mizuage and other poems

Mizuage (水揚げ) April an invitation embezzling spells of innocence, verges of awakening, Gordian loopholes from the love language of hands quietly smoothing over the crumpled brows of dawn anguished over what sparse things it is able...