Snap. Video Poem

Pictures capture the setting in silenceas if the silence has settled. Reflections capture the stillness in the wateras if to sink beneath could somehow be more soothingthan the reality rockingjust a fraction beyond the frame. Hope is as fragile as a pond of still water, a breath held as if we could hold back the […]

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EAT THE STORMS – THE PODCAST – EPISODE 6

Episode 6 of the Poetry Podcast Eat the Storms us now available on Spotify, Anchor, Breaker, Pocketcasts, Apple Podcasts. I am joined by Julie Stevens who has a new collection called Quicksand, Sharon Larkin who has a new collection called Dualities, Steve Denehan who has a new collection coming soon called Days of falling Flesh […]

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Looking Back – A Prickle of Hedgehogs – Eat the Storms

Last month, 19th September to be precise, a group of fellow Hedgehog poets (all published by The Hedgehog Poetry Press), loving named Hoglets, gathered together in the far corners of their own farms and shared readings from their latest collections. Host Joe Williams introduced Zoe Siobhan Howarth Lowe (I have Grown Two hearts), Gaynor Kane […]

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WORDLESS WEDNESDAY -STORMS FINDS HOME

Eat the Storms has been busy of late finding homes in far flung fields- from the doorstep of Ireland to Spain, Germany and even The Untied States. She can’t get into New Zealand or Australia yet but, fingers crossed she can sail there soon and thank you for everyone who shared her arrival with me… […]

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WHEN I CONSIDER THE ECHO OF A PULSE – NEW POEM

And another door finds its hinges turning (you lean, you linger, you lose, you leave)tides twist and then return, summer finds winterwhistling on the arms of an enigmatic autumn (leaves fall, flowers grow, dust settles before the sun)and I wonder what remains within the roomswe leave behind, in the corners now cast offwhere comfort was […]

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