Posts from the ‘Sean’s Poetry’ Category

  • THE GODDESS OF MIDSUMMER

    June 22nd, 2017 | Sean's Art, Sean's Poetry | admin | 1 Comment

    A SIGNATURE ORIGINAL, watercolour on paper, framed  13″ x 10″ and available to own at MY STORE. Consecrated at the 2017 e.v. Summer Solstice The Making of The Goddess of Midsummer     A dedication poem of the artwork: THE FRATERNITY OF STARS Circle smudged Quarters awoken, Feet on the earth, Head full of sky. […]

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  • International Book Week – FREE poetry book

    April 23rd, 2012 | News, Sean's Poetry, Sean's Writing | admin | No Comments

    To celebrate International Book Week, World Book Day and World Book Night, the Dervish Days poetry collection will be available as a free download for 24 hours. The collection features over 35 poems set in Paris, London, America and Tibet and is ideal for poetry lovers of all ages. [download id=”2″] It is also available […]

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  • And the snow fell heavy on the streets of Monmatre

    February 10th, 2012 | News, Sean's Poetry | admin | No Comments

    Le Place des Invalides Birds, black chisel nicks In the white Cathedral mask of the sky Snow falls quicker Born of the uncandled quarter The land of failed prayers. The font of this time is empty Only ice and the blown out light Of unfinished windows. Across the river, towards Le Place des Invalides Statues […]

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  • Verbal Narcotics poetry collection

    September 27th, 2011 | News, Sean's Poetry, Sean's Writing | admin | No Comments

    Verbal Narcotics was first published in 1989 and has been totally revised for the Kindle edition. Many of the poems had been previously published in magazines such as Moonstone, First Time, The Morpo Review and New Hope International. Some had also appeared in Songs of the Skin, a series of 13 poems published by Salford […]

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  • Appearing at the 2011 Wirksworth Festival

    August 25th, 2011 | News, Sean's Poetry | admin | No Comments

    Sean Woodward will be reading poetry from his forthcoming revised book VERBAL NARCOTICS at the UK’s Wirksworth Festival in September. Tickets are £5 on the door only and the audience will have the opportunity to hear poetry and prose from the Wirksworth Writers at The Red Lion Hotel, Wirksworth on September 14th at 7.30pm.   […]

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  • From the Editor’s desk

    February 15th, 2011 | Sean's Poetry | admin | No Comments

    LIVING POETS II.IV Available Here at the Dragonheart Press Store [PDF : 8o+ Pages] When is the task of editing poetry completed? With the publication today of the latest issue of Living Poets magazine it`s obvious that arbitary deadlines have to be established otherwise the task becomes endless. It is also easy to underestimate the […]

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  • Reading at the Wirksworth Festival 2009

    September 23rd, 2009 | Sean's Poetry | admin | No Comments

    Sean Woodward at the Wirksworth Festival

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  • Star Vajra : iPhone wallpapers

    June 3rd, 2008 | Sean's Art, Sean's Poetry | admin | No Comments

    Goodies for the Star Vajra release – a few wallpapers for your iPhones (just Right-Click and Save As) :    

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  • Dalai Lama in Nottingham

    May 27th, 2008 | Sean's Poetry | admin | No Comments

    His Holiness, the XIV Dalai Lama is currently visiting Nottingham, UK. Whilst only having opportunity to experience the opening weekend’s talks, I was driven to much contemplation. In celebration of His Holiness’ visit to the UK, I’m working quickly to get my 1992, Tibet-inspired collection of spoken poetry and music, Winds of Karma,  re-released with […]

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  • Pompidou Skies

    March 19th, 2008 | Sean's Poetry, Sean's Writing | admin | No Comments

    I Ernst’s ample pagan horns Transumute sunlight into blocks of lead Pierce the pure cobalt horizon With dread, forbidden longing. Cats, cats Everywhere cats On the rooftops of Paris Larger than life, That’s how the grafitti writers Wanted them Bold and beautiful Perhaps making urban skylines Bright again. They creep into the lives of contemporary […]

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