Most wonderful of taste, the sweetest of trees! The pine scattering pollen in the west wind pale as the gooseberry, sweet as summer — beloved, the sap risen and dripping … Continue reading Ogham poem: Iphín/Honey
I write a poem every day, for the most part. Here are a few of my minor musings as of late. Feathers There are the unspoken days when I wish … Continue reading A few short poems for early spring
It’s tempting, then, to linger at those past crossroads and turn over every stone, every shattered piece of pavement. The road always goes somewhere beyond the hazy blue line dividing … Continue reading Poem: Maps
The new Kwannon album is now available! Ethereal and otherworldly, Kwannon’s latest album draws from Celtic and Pagan myth, poetry and nature in a musical meditation on the intersection of the divine and … Continue reading Kwannon releases new album, ‘Talamh’
The speakers of truth are often called the deluders of men. The golden god didn’t try to fuck me, bestowing the gift only in revenge. Why would he? What … Continue reading Poem: Cassandra
See the stalwart oak in the winter gale: Even it bends, a great elbow naked to the shoulder, to the foot, to the root. Who are we to be … Continue reading Ogham poem: Uillend/The elbow
Kwannon’s next album, Talamh, is at the printers! It will hopefully be available by the start of the new year. The name is Gaeilge (Irish) for land, ground, earth — which … Continue reading ‘Talamh’ is almost done!