Kathryn Crowley

Poetry

SPRING LISTENING Away from the traffic’s endless rumble I walk up a country road flanked on each side by breathing ditches sticky bud trees quiet teachers of time. Invisible birds sing out of somewhere I slow my pace… Read More

Magical Moments

‘Magical Moments‘ features sixteen writers, aged 20-something to 70-something. I began work on this project in the cold and dark of November and the box of books arrived on a sunny Spring day, which was lovely. It all… Read More

A period of change

Good news from Dublin. After four years, the Period Poverty in Ireland report is finally ready. Image from the Crimson Waves project: https://artyshe.com/social-arts/ The report states: Hopefully all the recommendations in the report will lead to action, and… Read More

Invoking Bríd

Lá Féile Bríd (pronounced ‘Law fay-leh Breed’) is Irish for Bríd’s feast day. Whatever your spiritual beliefs, if you grew up in Ireland then chances are she will be woven into your consciousness through stories, celebration and culture…. Read More

Are you grounded?

“Wired to the moon” describes feeling a bit hyper. “Grounded” is the opposite. So why does it matter? This plant was a gift from Jackie, one of my yoga students.  A few years ago it was tiny, now… Read More