Tag Archives: connemara

Soon Like Crows poem by pd lyons


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Soon Like Crows

and would I know
the winter
still sliding down
silvering the window
soft whispers
smoke secrets
between
the kitchen fire
and all those winter fires gone before
each ghost arrives upon the gale
welcomed here beside the hearth
each breath of my own
rare and gifted by such drifters
visible in smoke
audible in flame
never alone

 

wrote this the first winter having moved back to Ireland from the states. we were living in Galway a small town called Barna on Galway Bay. Galway Review was kind enough to publish this along with four others. for me the ghosts of Ireland like those of all places are busiest during the winter months.

http://thegalwayreview.com/2012/11/13/five-poems-by-pd-lyons/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barna

 

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i went this way before – by pd lyons


galway bay

Galway bay

I went this way before

same green

same rain

and grey horses backed against the wind

no matter what happens in the big world

the grass green

the rain falls down

and when it doesn’t

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titanic belfast …and rust to rust (part 3)


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Morgan Poem by pd lyons


Morgan

 

the Dogs Bay empty on a grey day

curves a wide scythe of sand

mimicked slopes of rocky hills dissolve again in low grey sky.

 

the Dogs Bay rings silver laughter a treasure of pearls

beautiful daughter darts like a needle between sea and sand

strangers no choice, stopped in their tracks , infected smiles.

 

not since the Indian Ocean where she learned to walk

not since Cape Cod where she learned her heritage

not since Cape Breton where she learned of treasure

has she now Connemara remembered

 

give it a few more days


Project Summary

Wanting To Be In The Old Tongue: poems related to an Irish descent Authored by PD Lyons

List Price: $10.00
6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on Cream paper
80 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1466272996
ISBN-10: 1466272996
BISAC: Poetry / American / General

modern poetry related to Irish and Celtic and Modern themes

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