Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Poetry Journal Links

Bare Trees at Pine Ridge, West of Ireland
...from    Whistling with Love & 16 Songs of Love & Despair
An Introduction & 3 Poems from...
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The Beating of Bodies
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The Transparency of Perfection

The Sun Cracked Her Blinds

Letter to a Beloved

The Dancing Mirrors 

3 Poems from 16 Poems of Love & Despair

 ...from   The Red Notebook / political poems
South Inner City Dublin, by Cathal Dawson
The Revolt of my Stomach

It is this Ghost Called Fathering, Son
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The Fish of Nobodies  

Like a Man with Bare Head Under the Bewildering Rain

Throwing Light at the Darkness  

The Impossibility of Heartbreak 
Carcinogenic Poetry/2012/07/seamus-carraher
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The Murderers Indicted

i Accuse

Where Sheep Stare [dead link]
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O All My Life

(November 2012 Issue)

September Falling in Stone
Dead Beats Literary Blog: Our latest piece is by Irish writer, Séamas Carraher and is a poem entitled 'September Falling in Stone'. Ostensibly about the cold thaw setting in as winter advances, the poem is suffused with political undertones and provides an acerbic yet subtle indictment about capitalist society. Take a look by clicking 'view post' and leave any feedback below. 

The Eyes of a Child, their Eloquence, Width and Weaponry

Famine Grave

Human Need

Song of My Collective Self

On the Death of Jesús María Valle Jaramillo

The Corpse's Birthday

Dole Day

Me Self So Falls the Soviet Union

Work 3

The Spoon in my Eye
Storm Cycle Anthology (2014)

...from   The Song of Poverty

Sunflower Poem (in a Council Estate).pdf
Photograph By Ballyogan Celtic Youth

“Glory isn’t what the history books teach:
it’s a flock of buzzards in a field and a great stink.”
Ernesto Cardenal
“Zero Hour” (1954-56)

Lord of the Dole Queue
THE SHOp a magazine of poetry 
Spring 2013 Issue
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O Lord of the Unswept Road

Lord of Abandoned Cars

Lord, it is Easter Time

...from Dub(h)lin(n) - 20 poems of the city
Judas in the City


Bring out your Dead
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City of Justice, 1 & 2

On Ormond Quay

Busárus, My Selfish Love (2)
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Solomon in the City
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The Moon Over Blackrock Park 
(November 2015 Issue)

"And one of those waxing-poetical Irishman meets the South Dakota landscape and its inhabitants, with shared tragic stories of conquest and resistance, a poetics of place which leads me to another little cluster of writings and visuals..." (Pina Piccolo, May, 2018)
The dreaming machine no. 2

...from   SHORT POEMS, Elegies & Laments 

September 17
September 17, 2015, Cyphers, 81, May, 2016

Prayer for Daniel Minihan

A Prayer for Daniel Minihan
                                           Lost at Sea, 1995,  Aged 21 Years Old
Dead Bird
The Clown of Contradictions

The Palace of Love

The Tree that Withers in its Leaves

In My Dream i Can't Touch You

Prayer at 50

Autumn in Ghettoes,
First published in LEFT CURVE, No. 17, 1993

Autumn 'Haiku'

Poem on my 39th Birthday

a lament for danny henke



'For The Kurdish People in Diyarbakır and Beyond'


"İrlanda'lı şair Séamas Carraher Kürt halkına ithafen yazdığı şiirinde Türk Devleti tarafından sokağa çıkma yasağı adı altında gerçekleştirilen yargısız infazlara dikkat çekiyor. Diyarbakır ve ötesindeki Kürt halkı için   Bir çukurda oturuyorum, bombalanmış bir aklın içinde, Oturuyor ve gürültünün bitmesini bekliyorum Bu sessiz bağırış ve çığlıkların, Bu rezil dünyayı ölümden uyandırmasını bekliyorum. Bir çukurda oturuyorum, Tarihin bodrumu gib..."i

Article on Kurdish Civilian Deaths by Orsola Casagrande
List of Casualties During Turkish Curfew in Kurdistan

'By the Banks of the Tigris River 
 My Soul Sat Down and Wept' 
for the people of Cizîr‎

The Cizre Report 

The Cizre Report - Article

'For Ashraf Fayadh Imprisoned' 

The Steel Cranes

For Ashraf - “Still Imprisoned” 

"Ashraf Fayadh:


JULY 28th, 2016"

“…earth is the hell prepared for refugees.”
– Ashraf Fayadh

Séamas Carraher, Cathal Dawson, & the Ballyogan Celtic Youth Group 

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