One poem that stood out to me is The Fisherman's Wife by Deirdre Grimes:
"She had lived windswept
on some distant rocky outcrop in some far off bay
which you can still see in the background of her eyes
now she lies on your hearth rug
leaving a pool of sea water on your floor."
Siobhan Daffy read her poem, Green Fingers, accompanied by what I presume was a ngoni African harp as mentioned in the biographical details. It was an interesting performance. Maureen Gallagher read View From The Moon. My poem too was of a lunar theme. The Moon in March, had come about as the result of a challenge by Boyne Writers Group Secretary Michael Farry to write a poem about the full moon last year.
L-R Maureen Gallagher, Ciaran Parkes, Mary Dempsey, Sandra Bunting