Biography of Trevor Seery
Trevor here, The outdoors is where I seek solace, been on a mountain, by a river or at the sea.
Have travelled to some beautiful countries in my life. New Zealand, South Africa, Germany and Upstate New York.
People i like to read about or read their published works include Norman Mclean, Hunter S Thompson, Henry David Thoreau.
Alexander Supertramp had an idea like some young men and women that life is best viewed sometimes from a distance. but experience and appreciation are what we have to do to live an enjoyable life.
Trevor Seery's Works:
Poetry submissions 2010: Poetry Against Cancer, Paul Carroll – editor, pub 2010
– A collection of poems in aid of Our Lady’s Children Hospital, Crumlin, Dublin
Informal submission 2010: Bridging the gap between education and understanding in Built Environment Education
– Presented at All Ireland Symposium on BE Education in Uni. of Ulster, Belfast.
Dissertation 2009: Trout habitat and water quality parameters on the Bunnadober River, Co. Mayo
– An assessment of trout habitat suitability and water quality of an Irish river.
Best Poster 2009: Juvenile fish assessment & biological monitoring
– Poster presentation made during Marine Institute work experience.
Trevor Seery Poems
Wakey, wakey rise and shine, When the tide was high and you were mine, Diamonds shine when put with Gems,
Drunk with love, Sober with pain, Awakened by the rumble of drops of rain, I remember back to times gone by,
I am the Shadow Keeper, with you through the night, flashing in the window and along the stair flight, See me sometimes, sometimes maybe not, I will make you paranoid until the darkness …stops, When a curtain moves or a sheet blows I will obey,
And if the days were to turn to dark, and the nights never stopped, I would still feel the same way I felt on that hot day in June, the sun beat down so stifling a scene, Such a beautiful flower, untouched unspoilt but experienced in the ways of the wild world,
Growth Of Man, Death Of Earth
Nest are built in the tallest tree, clad in an ivy rich green sea, winds do whisper stories and fables, they are caught by the branches of lime and maple,
Wave Of Time
With a wave of hands and shouted goodbyes, a close of the doors, as years pass by, o my how the time flies, minutes 2 hours and hours to days, before you know it, years mark graves,
Words Of Randomized Disorder
The Sun, the Stars, the Moon and Mars, Too distant to touch too close not to clutch, All things connected to me, round the world forever to see,
Bitter as a lemon, Sweet as a peach, Like the fruit atop the tree, Just out of reach,
Blinded By Wonder!
Eyes squinting in the bright lights, Head held high in the suns crystal flight, Rain drops fall like tears from my face, Not because of loss, not because of pain,
Look beyond the shoulders to the eyes, Windows of the soul and the seer of lies, Lips to touch so soft and lush, Whispers secrets often.
A Stirring Of Memory
Its just one of those things that happens to us all, puts us in harms way but never to fall, A momentary glance to eyes that shine,
The Moon stares at me from a lofty height, Wind cuts through the trees, a distressing sight,
Into The Setting Sun
A glow of phosphorus orange hangs above the tree line, Shrouded in clouds and time, Used as an anchor,
Into The Setting Sun
A glow of phosphorus orange hangs above the tree line,
Shrouded in clouds and time,
Used as an anchor,
A return to the peatlands of Bangor,
The road it twists and turns,
Offering the way the light it burns,