Margaret O Driscoll

Gold Star - 28,739 Points (23 09 1960 / Ireland)

Biography of Margaret O Driscoll

Margaret O Driscoll poet

Margaret is a very busy mother of seven and grandmother of eleven.She is a poetry writer, curator and editor who lives in Co' Cork, Ireland. She likes to write poems about nature and about funny incidents but also writes about serious issues which affect many people. Her poems have been published in several anthologies and magazines, one is reproduced by Hodder Education UK for a GCSE English Literature publication. Her poems have been translated into Polish, Bulgarian, Finnish, Persian, Punjabi, Ukrainian, Russian, Irish and Serbian. She self published her first collection of poetry in 2016, 'The Best Things In Life Are Free', it has received many rave reviews and it's available to buy online at Lettertec Books. One of her poems 'In The Forest' is reproduced in the current journal of the Society of Classical Poets. Her calendar poem for children, 'Children's Nature Guide' is published in an international children's poetry book, 'Let's Play Together'. She's a Social Care Worker and likes walking, singing, dancing, and reading, to unwind. She loves to spend time with her grandchildren exploring, gardening, watching films and cooking.

Margaret O Driscoll's Works:

The Best Things In Life Are Free Updates

Locked In A Lover's Bond

She felt the sway of the bridge
the second highest one in the land
She wasn't fazed by sway or height
because he held her hand

He clasped a lock onto the rail
as a bond of everlasting love
Tossed the key in the river
as they looked down from high above

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