By Louis de Paor
A bilingual poetry assortment (English & Irish-language) via Louis de Paor. A collaboration among 3 diversified artists operating in 3 diversified media. Kathleen Furey's photos of loss and separation and Ronan Browne's musical settings offer a counterpoint to Louis de Paor's poems, which fight continually in the direction of mild and redemption.
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Take place, as if the powers were gathering into a core of stubborn lust deep in the unidentifiable anatomy. The girl gasped. She rubbed the wet fur against her still chafed ribcage, where the fox-bones stuck out in reli~f and where the skin membrane was taut and vein-bursted and throbbing blue above the core of cold metal. Some of the stalks had fallen off and hung broken out of her wounded orifices. She looked crushed, driven through and driven over. 49 motstand varken av metall, granit eller horn.
Man reser vallen tung i bruten hungersten. Sa bygger harden mur mot det nalkande morka medan vantan rullar kvarnar muren mot. Vred groper vantan vallen mot: det kommer starka svarta svall som bryter. 54 CROWD A crowd of people begins to form a dark wall between the embankment and the ocean break. Strong black waves are heard. Heavy bloodhearts that drag slag up the drawnout slope are heard. Everybody turns their eyes like a single eye out toward the dark Peasant Ocean. The nightslide widens and in the sand a woundchasm opens.
Dieselingorna dampades. Fjallkammen svajade och vagde tung, som om den ville rasa ihop och falla in i sin egen skugga. Sjalsvatskan fyllde flickan som aldrig tillbaka komma skulle. Salformen skavde vildsint mot bergvaggens skorpa. Nara henne foljde de sista lamlarna och sniglarna under dessa dagar da jordklotet mot morkrets djupa botten sjonk. so But a smile cut out of the ground-up face and stuck to the male's blue-kissed lips. His skin-vein bulged. The violence burst from his hard hands. But there was nothing in her body that pushed back, there was no resistance either from metal, granite or horn.
Agus Rud Eile De (And Another Thing) by Louis de Paor