Friday, December 2, 2011

'Some Poems' by Kate Dempsey

If you are looking for small but perfectly formed Christmas gifts this year, check out The Moth Magazine who have published a series of beautiful, miniature poetry books.

I received a few copies of Kate Dempsey's 'Some Poems' in the post today.
It is a beautiful little poetry book.

I have read two of the poems so far.
'It's what you put into it' - a particularly appropriate seasonal poem, especiallly for us parents who wait excitedly for our children's glue and tinsel gifts at Christmas and

'What to do with my ashes', which should be read at everyone's funeral.

Release me over the river, into the trees,
up to the wide blue sky, and say goodbye

Well done, Kate, I look forward to reading the rest of the book.

Other poets in the series are: Dermot Healy, Ted McCarthy and Ciaran O'Rourke.

The books are 4 euro or 4 pounds with free postage worldwide.

Thanks, Kate, for all your invaluable posts!


Old Kitty said...

Thanks for the recommendation and intro to this poetry book!! Take care

Brigid said...

You are welcome, Old Kitty, I just read some more on the school run, really great poems.

Words A Day said...

looking forward to reading it, it looks beautiful.

Brigid said...

Niamh, you would really enjoy it.

Theresa Milstein said...

Brigid, thanks for the info.

Emerging Writer said...

Thanks very much for your kind words and recommendation

Brigid said...

You are welcome Theresa.

Kate, no problem, it is a lovely series and it has sorted out a few of my Christmas presents dilemmas, congrats!