Poetry Travel

Ireland Unfolds

Poet Stone

Ireland Unfolds


Streaming brook into a river

fallen leaves to the fairy forest

a poet’s stone resting beneath the tree

reads ‘Don’t place me in our pocket.’

The man buried beneath the giant chestnut warned.


In Ireland they write on buildings

gold inscriptions

unlocking passages

tangled roots of one cedar

making an entire forest grove.




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