James Fitzpatrick Poems
- Sunflowers The blackbirds swooped in their customary jealous ...
- The Monk He sits on the edge of the world Watching us ...
- Empty Nothing. Just a clear sky on a dulling day. A deserted ...
- Massacre Of The Innocents Entombed, by a chronic Phidias, ...
- The Terracotta Girls Butchered, in the modern Kiln of the ...
- Titanic (Excerpt) Queenstown Cobh, Southern Ireland 1: ...
- The Train Journey It was a dreamy evening, one which brought ...
James Firzpatrick is an Irish writer, film producer, and owner of a music label, who is the creator of three forms of poetry, Paragraphical, Triplicism and Lyrical Triplicism.
He has been writing poetry since the late 1990's and developed an understanding of poetic structure through Nessa O' Mahoney's Dublin Writer's Centre.
Titanic and other poems, is published through Apex a UK Publisher. The paperback version will be out in 2015 more »
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''A home is built on love and trust not bricks and mortar....''James Fitzpatrick
''Don't wait for the seas of hope to recede only to leave you standing on the sands of time....''James Fitzpatrick
''Trust is earned, honesty is what you are paid with''James Fitzpatrick
Comments about James Fitzpatrick
The blackbirds swooped in their customary jealous way, the Robin
Chirped before leaving for another year, and I patted
The well fed brown clay with my muddy boats.
I remember planting her in the spring hush just after the flakes stopped,
sometime after a steamy breakfast.
The Summer came with a heavy warm whoosh, and with it arrived
Those two beautiful dark seedy eyes.
They belonged to a voluptuous red head, and she came with a beautiful
Lubricious body, and I sat with her as day became evening before we slept
Under a full moon, under a weary cherry ...