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Poems from ‘The Wren is Near’- ‘An Dreoilín in ár Measc’ by Ashley O’Neal

The Tale of the Vulnerable The line at the beginning Of the old tale comes from the lips Of the beggar king as he waits In the doorway of old myth, His crown beside him is all rusted and worn. The day breathes a sadness and A wonder that only children of old know. The […]

“The Women Who Loved Me & The Women Who Couldn’t” by Clodagh Mooney Duggan

R. There is a guilt attached to needing, You were trusting and deceived. Coins that were used to cover eyes, lie broken, And trampled upon. Uncovered scars lie dripping And untended to. Five men travel across the deserts for you. You breathe in life, And I took it. Children beside a fire see something in […]