Sound Barrier: Poems 1982-2002 by Maura Dooley

Sound Barrier: Poems 1982-2002

Maura Dooley

These are tender, lyrical, reflective poems about love, memory and life in the country and the city. Highly recommended to any poetry novice.

Extract


You wonder why it is they write of it, sing of it,
till suddenly you're there, nearest you can get
to flying or jumping and your alone, at last,
the bright air

from Up on the roof

Parallels
  • Spilt Milk by Sarah Maguire
  • Her Book by Jo Shapcott