‘Silt Whisper’ and other poems by Ailbhe Darcy

Silt Whisper   That summer one-eyed jacks were wild: we learned new rules, left tea to brew.   Smoke stilled air. Leaves lay unturned. Unemployment was another high.   I had been a storm in a polystyrene cup, seeking scald, steam, instance, but now   we drew up lists; mapped out desire lines; skipped interviews…

Recours au Poème; Poésies & Mondes Poétiques

Originally posted on Poethead:
My thanks to Matthieu Baumier, editor at Recours au Poème , and to Elizabeth Brunazzi, who published and translated four poems from my collection, Cycles (Lapwing Publications, 2013).   I am adding here Elizabeth’s translation of i and the village (after Marc Chagall) moi et le Village   (d’après Marc Chagall)…

Un-Sight/ Un-Sound (delirium X.)

Originally posted on gnOme:
M. Un-Sight/ Un-Sound (delirium X.). ISBN-13: 978-0692334799. ISBN-10: 0692334793. gnOme. 2014. 130 pp. un-sight un-sound/ yet/ in vacuum of doubt’s expel/ clamouring for beyond flesh what meat as if/ yet forage no/ not a/ eye crushed within fist of none/ echoing chamber of nothing/ never dispelled Un-Sight/ Un-Sound (delirium X.) is a prose-poetic…