Irish Language poems by Colin Ryan
The Irish-Australian Literature Symposium of 2019 may be remembered in years to come as the event that marked the formal initiation of ‘a distinctive new field of research’.
When the day of your confinement came / they gave you nothing to ease the pain…
Poems from the Leitrim soil….
A bush poet turns his mind to his Famine ancestors.
Flinders Ranges hilltop, full moon eve.
He was a monk in a scriptorium
when, tongue out in concentration,
he applied himself to decorative capitals:
Readings, music, Irish literature more generally, and eating and drinking – Bloomsday at the Queensland Irish Association in Brisbane.
Danta as Gaeilge with English translations
But very definitely single beds…