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

Celtic Woman

Celtic Woman

Frozen Echoes

Hawthorn blossoms
pearled the hedgerows
as birds rejoiced,
chiming the air
with heartbeat rhythms,
a leafy green spring
as baby buds peeped in.

I carried you,
felt you
but never got to hold you.

Another year has passed
and I am still lost
in the black cold of winter,
remembering the day
you left me.
It has been so long
and we never said goodbye.

My tears,
frozen in time.
Echoes of songs
that never were,
dreams that can never be.

Fog blankets the fields.
The sky expresses what I cannot.
I hear the parting clouds,
I speak to the sunrise
of my love for you,
your movement, your sound.
I would speak of anything
to bring you back,
but there is only frost
and winter dwells in my heart.

I see the spring,
but know
I will never feel your warmth.

Sugarloaf Mountain

Sugarloaf Mountain

The following are Haikus and artwork by Máire Morrissey-Cummins

Glitters of Sky

Glitters of Sky

Apple Harvest

Apple Harvest

Máire Morrissey-Cummins ia Irish, married with adult children and since taking early retirement from the Financial Sector, has found the beauty of poetry and art and is enjoying life to the full. Máire has lived abroad for many years, in Holland and presently lives between Ireland and Germany. Morrissey-Cummins is well known in haiku circles and was recently named in the top 100 haiku writers in Europe.

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

  1. Mari says:

    Beautifully done Maire! Lovely reads and such depths!!

  2. eikenlaan says:

    Mari, thank you so much 🙂

  3. barbarainoz says:

    Beautiful work, Máire…so wonderful to see it all here together…

  4. Amy Barry says:

    Just so beautiful, Maire…Love all these images! XX

  5. Bernadette says:

    Love the art. Love the writes. Exceptional work.

  6. Eamon Duffin says:

    Fantastic, you are there Maire, I’m so delighted for you and you deserve every praise that comes your way

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