“Something for Sunday Morning” by Maria McManus

Something for Sunday morning If you took a chance And let those plates stop spinning, Stuck your hands in your pockets Or your fingers in your ears And stepped back – What would happen then? After all that clatter And when the shreds – All the broken pieces Were shovelled up Wrapped away carefully And [...]

‘The Neutral Hothouse’ , Dorothy Walker and Modern Irish Art.

I had meant to write a more extensive post on the issue of the cultural naivety of the forms of censorships that characterised the foundation of the State BUT instead did a short submission on the Blasphemy issue to PEN. As I am mostly into poetry and visual art, it was torturous to have to write anything that is [...]