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"Dónall is a poet as bard who reminds us of the pleasures of the imagination; who invites us to look up from the white noise of our busy lives. The poems tell of an individual who could not help but follow his own path which may not be the life others respect or even understand but where the rewards are richer and less material. Here is a man who does not live a life of quiet desperation but follows his calling with its rewards and pitfalls and is a happier man for it." – Fiona Sinclair (London Grip)
"It is my firm conviction that we are all born with the poetry gene. Many of us, regrettably, tend to mislay it on the ‘use it, or lose it’-principle. Not Dónall. His poetry-gene gently bosses all his other genes into seeing that poetry does indeed matter. My chief impression of his poetry is that it springs from an apparently inexhaustible lyrical stream; his imagery is therefore always as fresh as it is both original and unexpected. No subject is off-limits, though the usual lyric themes of love, happiness, death, time, nature and transitoriness are never far absent from any of his poems. He is an eloquent memorialist of lost loves, of Proustian ‘temps perdu’ and of present joys. "-- Brian Ings
CRAWLING OUT AND FALLING UP
"This is an imaginative, multi-dimensional collection tinged with sadness and regret at times but, above all, with a sense of wonder and joy."
-- Mandy Pannett
W 210mm x H 148mm
130 pages, 74 poems and 34 haiku, and various prose pieces.
THE SMELL OF PURPLE
“Once again we become blind with the seeing of the poet ... become, essentially, children ourselves in the perfectly-visioned childhood perspective of this delightful collection. “ – John W. Sexton
108 Pages, 85 poems
Perfect-bound Paperback 15.24 wide x 22.86 tall