Category Archives: Poetry

World Poetry Day!

poetry dayLinks to my poems….

Sky Chalice

One More Day

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True Character

Carnaroligrains

Queen Medb of Connacht

Maeve's Grave Atop Knocknarea, by Bob Embleton

Hibernian Fire

celtic cross at sunset

A Quiet Night

Final Ascent

DCF 1.0

Leaving the Pavilion

leaving the pavilion-moon path

Wandering Again

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Getting One’s Head Examined

the phrenologist

Autumn Moon

crescent_moon_stars

Authors’ Anthem

Authors' Anthem

The Ornament

ornament poem

 

 

 

 

 

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True Character (haiku).

Irish Firebrands is Fusion Fiction, because it crosses several genre lines. Each genre contributes its character to the work, in a way that makes the whole more than the sum of its parts. I’m trying to analyze how this happens, and hope to report my findings soon….

FUSION FICTION: PROMOTING CROSS-GENRE WRITING

unique texture, taste,
but seeks not to dominate:
the lesson of rice

Carnaroligrains

text © 2015 Christine Plouvier. All Rights Reserved.

(Thanks to Robert Okajifor inspiring this poem!)

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Leaving the Pavilion.

leaving the pavilion-moon path

After Wang Wei (701 – 761)

Ala Wai, Moon Path, by Lionel Walden, 1911, oil on canvas, 18 x 30 inches

Thanks to Robert Okaji for another inspiring discovery!

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