Theresa Daly Poems
- St Theresa's In the hallway of St. Theresa's ward his six ...
- Lost Mist weeps across the stones like tears that ...
- Moonbeams Where are you tonight this first glimpse ...
- Promise I promise to tell you someday when I can let the ...
- Premonition In a freeze frame moment you know what’s ...
- Track The sparkle in the lough has dulled, its luminous ...
- Reckoning Again & again I find myself here in this ...
Born in New York, Daughter of a Limerick man and a Kerry Woman. Attended Our Lady of Victory Academy and Fordham University, New School for Social Research. Now Living in Galway, Ireland. Worked as presenter, camerawoman, editor and associate producer for 'Erin Focus'and 'Irish Eyes', WNYE and 'Riverdale Report', Riverdale CATV. Also worked with the Galway Film Centre as team leader for 'Caught Offside' a short documentary on Asylum seekers in Galway 2001 and as the Shorts Coordinator for the Galway Film Fleadh,2002. Poetry has been published 'Tribe of Scribes' (2 editions) in Ireland and 'Eternal Portraits' in the States, Revival 3(White House, Limerick) Dublin Chronicle. more »
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In the hallway
of St. Theresa's ward
his six foot four frame
'you all right? '
a patient asked
'My mother has just died'
matter of factly,
it was the first time he'd
ever said the phrase
one by one we rose
to hug him
'you only have one mother' he said
going up the hallway.
A country man
in his intimate, yet
shared with strangers
from the city
his quiet pain,