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Leaking Wildflowers by Máire Morrissey-Cummins

Placard Poetry Contest3

Art Credit - Janet Butler
Art Credit – Janet Butler

Máire is living in Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. She is early retired and has found joy in poetry and art. She frequently gets lost in words or paint. She has been published with Every Day Poets, Wordlegs, The First Cut, A New Ulster, Open Road Review, The Galway Review, Bray Arts, Notes from the Gean, A Hundred Gourds, Lynx, Sketchbook, The Never Ending Story and many online and print magazines worldwide. She is a member of Haiku Ireland. She was listed in the top 100 European Haiku writers for 2012.
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Just a few examples of Máire’s published work
may be found at the following links. We think
you will enjoy visiting and reading as much
as our editors did.

The Red Crayon at Every Day Poets

“Love surfs the waves” at Wordlegs

Four Poems and Six Haiku by Maire at the Galway Review

Midsummer Morning at Your Daily Poem

The Art of, and “Frozen Echoes” by Máire Morrissey-Cummins


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Máire may be found blogging in (My Goodness!) three places.


My Inner Art

Blissful Blog – Haiku Only

Postcard Poems and Prose View All

An Intersect of Authors and Art

9 thoughts on “Leaking Wildflowers by Máire Morrissey-Cummins Leave a comment

  1. Marion, Oonah, Kathleen, Amy and Rach, thank you so much for your very kind comments, a real treat for my birthday, so thrilled to have this honourable mention and such enjoyment entering this great competition. I love the combination of art and poetry, Dave and his team have done a wonderful job, thank you all 🙂 Maire XX


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