WritingsInRhyme.com update

www.WritingsInRhyme.com. the website of writer Tomás Ó Cárthaigh (yes, your trusty editor!!!) has been updated to work with WordPress, and a wide selection of poetry has already been posted up, with some more to come in the coming weeks. See below for a few new posts… Aideens Grave Nov 14, 2012 ~ Written by Tomás […]

Morning Flower

10:27 I am awoken by a firm knock at the door A man in UPS has come to pick up my broken contraption I forget I had arranged this before 10:54 I speak to a silly girl who lives in the same house as I We both wear a guard but when she talks about […]

San Quinton

I went to San Quinton on a boat that was leaking The seagulls were dire and the waves were-a creeping And there I thought about one beyond reach: A man of distinction; a name so tenuous, even the waves would not speak And it was that sacred name that burned in my heart for some […]

Night Speaks

Cats are fighting in the night Like broken hearts in dreams that can’t be marginalised Dogs are howling at the moon Like boys who stay up late playing guitars in lonely rooms Mice are crawling under boards Like all life’s losers searching for their hidden fire; their valiant swords A drunk is stumbling in the […]

National Poetry Day Celebrated in Tullamore

As the nation celebrated National Poetry Day last Thursday, three members of Tullamore Rhymers’ Club played their part to mark this special occasion by greeting over sixty young students from the Sacred Heart, in Tullamore Library that morning. From shortly after half past ten until early afternoon, in what was a very relaxed, informal and […]

Submissions

Submissions for Issue 10 are now welcomed… Send your poems to tomasocarthaigh@yahoo.com

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