Sunday, 5 November 2017

1 Poem by Pearse Murray

Today’s Report

An iceberg, blazing blue, slides
through a folded Greenland fjord.

An Arctic Tern tears by,
its travails are set in wing.

A hooded seal molts as it
mauls a silvered body bare.

Iceberg, bird and mammal face
another day of work and closer to their end –


over a blabescent sea, all-phasing.
a daily melt of undercurrents on earth –
innocent as we.


Bionote

He has published poems in a wide variety of journals, anthologies and on-line media; he has placed amd short-listed in a number of poetry contests; a native of Dublin, graduate of UCD and lives in Albany, New York.

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