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Say It Like a Paragraph

Say It Like a Paragraph

Mary Melvin Geoghegan

ISBN: 9 781905 374359

Paperback: 75 pages

Price: €10.00 (P&P free)



In her stunning new collection, Say It Like a Paragraph, Mary Melvin Geoghegan’s poetry is tender and compelling; she examines the finest minutae of family relationships and the inevitable passing of time, transforming the personal into something universal. Compared to William Carlos Williams by Eamonn Lynskey, Geoghegan’s poems have a hidden strength that underlies their illusory sense of effortlessness.

Praise for Mary Melvin Geoghegan

‘Mary Melvin Geoghegan has an original use of language. She is gifted with imagery; her engaging economical playfullness delivers up this collection’s riches, getting to the heart of every subject, including death, the empty nest and aging’.

Nuala Ní Chonchúir

‘In this new collection the poet continues her commitment to the poetic muse. Her poems are full of surprise takes, a shuffling of mind, a flirt with reality sometimes with synchronistic outcomes, located at the verge of converging emotion and thought.’

Noel Monahan

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