“The Dream Clock” and other visual poetry by Susan Connolly

Towards the Light  (1)_1

Winter Solstice at Dowth, 3pm (1)_1
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Susan Connolly (2)Susan Connolly’s first collection of poetry For the Stranger was published by the Dedalus Press in 1993. She was awarded the Patrick and Katherine Kavanagh Fellowship in Poetry in 2001. Her second collection Forest Music was published by Shearsman Books in 2009. Shearsman published her chapbook The Sun-Artist: a book of pattern poems in 2013. She lives in Drogheda, Co. Louth.FireShot Capture - The Sun-Artist cover_ - https___docs.google.com_document_d_1

9 thoughts on ““The Dream Clock” and other visual poetry by Susan Connolly

  1. I love visual metaphors and poems – I used to create this kind of poetry with students and haven’t attempted it for a long time. My poetry is more stream of consciousness now, with the odd sonnet, villanette or haiku. I see you live in Drogheda – that’s where my ex parents-in-law used to live and I think the ex father and brother-in-law are still there. I spent a couple of years in Navan and Kells, where I wrote lots of poetry. I will most definitely be following your blog .


  2. I write poetry myself I just made my blog please check it out and give me opinions people. I have no comments or likes yet. I am trying to get out there.


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