Cobh R&W Daily Word Prompts Entries ~ Day 6, 19/02/20

Even more cracking entries to our daily prompts, make sure you tell these super folks if you like their work.


Damien Donnelly

Damien Donnelly, is a 43-year-old Irishman born and reared in Dublin until the age of 22 when he took off to Paris with a degree in Fashion design but without a word of French.

He instantly fell in love with the city and it was home for two years and then moved to London where he rested for 6 years until Amsterdam and The Netherlands tempted him with work for 10 years, until he finally decided to return to Paris at the age of 40.  He has just returned home to Dublin.

You can find him on Twitter @deuxiemepeau and his website below:

https://deuxiemepeaupoetry.com


FRIENDS, ye know I care about ye , Don t be silly , she can be hot ,friendly , but a believe me , I know my sister well, good looking, SKINNY as she never visited Supermac’s and CLUMSY as an ox, ye better off without her she s a BOX full of WAR …ask her ex BFs!!

by Stiofán Sopelza

Stiofán is a ‘retired sailor, mariner, fisherman, rescue swimmer, first responder, father, husband and tour guide. You can find him on Twitter @sopelza


Robin McNamara

Robin is a published poet, former sports writer, a Green Party member, and he will have a poetry book coming out in 2020. You can find him on Twitter @thewindingroad1


Eileen Carney Hulme

Eilleen is a Poet in Scotland, she has had three books published.
Stroking The Air (2005), The Space Between Rain (2010), and The Stone Messenger (2015).

We are honoured to have here contribute to our daily prompt. What company to be keeping.

Find her on Twitter @strokingtheair or on her website below:

eileencarneyhulme.org.uk


Ruairí de Barra is from Co. Mayo and now resides in Co. Cork.

He is a sailor, an award-winning military journalist, and a poet. He is the Public Relations Officer for Cobh Readers and Writers.

His creative work has featured with TinteánA New UlsterLive Encounters, Bangor Literary Journal, The Ranthology Anthology, Black Bough Poetry, The Boston Globe, Boston Accent,  and all his work can be read on www.paperneverefusedink.com


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