Geraldine Moorkens Byrne
Geraldine Moorkens Byrne Poems
- Ancestor If I should die tonight and my bones laid in the ...
- The Madness Of The Woman You see black I see a spectrum of ...
- Death Of The Hero One note rising on the wind: piper play, ...
- The Commitee For The Formation...
- Green Party On I walked Tara as a child on ramparts ancient ...
- Reqium In Nomine Patre who art encountered in the skies ...
- Pooka In The Summer Sun A pooka grazes peacefully where the ...
Poet, and Musician from Dublin Ireland: born 1968, graduated UCD 1989, postgrad COCR 1990: worked in Advertising, Publishing and finally the family music business. Sings/composes Irish traditional Music, plays cello, mandolin, bodhrán: Editor/founding Editor of the Pagan Poetry Pages www.paganpoetrypages.com: the pagan poetry movement explores our humanity through our relationship with nature and this physical reality.
Blog: http: //www.geraldinemoorkensbyrne.com
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If I should die tonight
and my bones laid in the earth
would my voice not be the wind
and the sun my smile?
I am the blood in your veins;
all the lives I have lived
have been, in this way,
transmuted to new life
flowing from your heart to mine.
I am the beat of the Bodhrán
and the touch of the line on water
I am the thought unbidden
the instinct that springs -
If you listen not to me,
then you ignore yourself,
and silence your own voice.
I am the string plucked,
the note quivering
the dream sung by voices
you remember ...