Thursday, 31 October 2013


The moonlight cast damp
the blue dusk air,
swept it dark,
collected foam
beneath its arches,

Eabha Rose ©

The Ghost Ship - Second Life

Sunday, 27 October 2013

from short film currently working on with Ring taken at Bray Head, Co. Wicklow


thrilled and honoured to have cut-up poetry featured in this new anthology, which also includes the work of Robert Rosen, Mathew Levi Stevens, Nina Antoina, DM Mitchell, Nathan Penlington, Jacurutu Scarry Garry Twenty-Three, Edward Robinson and David Noone, to name but a few. The anthology is edited by Joe Ambrose and A.D. Hitchin. An international book launch is planned for Dublin in November, with Inshallah, subsequent launches in London and Paris.

Joe Ambrose, Jerome Alexandre, Nina Antonia, David Noone, Eabha Rose
at Beat Hotel, Horse Hospital, London, April 2013

Antony Hitchin


Words Undone ~ Enchantment

A trip down memory lane...some of my writings from my blog, Words Undone, which was my first leap into the world of online journaling.  This piece is about poetic creation, pulling togther the threads of a secret language

artist : Eabha Rose

Into The Bardo - Defining Metaphysical Literature

Such a great essay by Niamh Clune featured in Into The Bardo. She speaks about 'reach[ing] to express the beauty inherent in us and in the world about us' ~ Defining Metaphysical Literature by Niamh Clune 

Wednesday, 23 October 2013

On The Plum Tree

on the plum tree

Thank you Plum Tree and Niamh Clune for featuring me in Poetry Corner. I am thrilled with the feedback and look forward to reading the words of future contributors.

The Wednesday Poetry Corner

WB Yeats by Irish artist, Paul McCloskey

Paul McCloskey Paintings Gallery

Into The Bardo

Into The Bardo

A wonderful piece of writing by Algerian poet, Imen Benyoub, with a very moving intro by publisher, Niamh Clune. Thank you Into the Bardo for the little mention and for sharing our collaboration. Thank you Trian Kayhatu for bringing it all together!

Saturday, 5 October 2013

National Poetry Day

reading at Dean Crowe Theatre for Athlone Literary Festival on National Poetry Day, 3rd October 2013 ~ a memorable few days alongside Niall O'Connor, John Sexton, Michael Corrigan, Miceal Kearney, Amy Barry, Polly Munnelly, Declan Finneran and lots more new friends