Posts Tagged ‘Sean’s Poetry’

  • My Selected Poems are now available

    August 7th, 2020 | Sean's Poetry | admin | No Comments

    SELECTED POEMS collects over 100 published and unpublished poems from Sean Woodward, described as the “poet of the global village” by Derbyshire Today magazine. Addressing themes of place, landscape and love they also have a strong visionary and magical element, with one sequence dedicated to the pagan festivals of the year. Now available in paperback […]

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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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  • 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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  • City of Dolphins

    March 5th, 2008 | Sean's Poetry, Sean's Writing | admin | No Comments

    Dusk is riding the London Eye Dropping into the Thames, Rising upon the Embankment Wearing the night-black body Of a crouching, lazy Sphinx. In secret illumination The obelisk beacon is lit Black light pouring its hieroglyphics Unseen across the rippling waters. Fallen leaves, A desert floor of golden heat Reaches out Beneath the feet Of […]

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  • Tonight’s theme is “tango”

    November 15th, 2007 | Sean's Poetry, Sean's Writing | admin | No Comments

     photo credit: ianmcburnie The theme for this week is “tango” – quite limited it would seem. Searching for background information on the word I was happy to see that there was a Japanese reference. I was then able to draw upon my experiences of travelling across Japan to write the poem. The critique it received […]

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