Seven poems by writers who dare to see the world differently.
On Her Partial Blindness
A poem by Nuala Watt that captures the bravery required to be partially sighted in a seeing world.
The title poem from a forthcoming collection of Shirley McClure's work.
The Lion Tamer Dreams of Office Work
Maurice Devitt's unexpected twist on a daring career choice.
Lifeboat woman Eleanor Hooker's elegy reminds us of the tragic side of life onboard.
Fist at Full Mast
Seanín Hughes summons inner strength in a time of grief.
The Full Indian Rope Trick
Colette Bryce attempts the ultimate daring feat.
Mexico City Tracks
Stephanie Conn's poem stares in the face of tragedy in Mexico City.
From The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock
An excerpt from T.S. Eliot's ultimate dare poem.