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Poetry Pamphlets (Volume IV)

Enjoy ten more of Orna Ross’s inspirational poems aimed at the heart of love. Touches The Places Words Rarely Reach Poetry: there are times in life when nothing else will do. At such times, you need a certain kind of poem, the kind of poems that are contained in Orna Ross’s “Ten Thoughts About Love” pamphlet series, the kind of poems that tell the truth about life while providing consolation and inspiration. Poetry that inspires by touching the places that words rarely reach. In this volume, an Irishwoman surveys the alcohol-fuelled scene on St Patrick’s Night 2013; an ancient mid-winter…

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Poetry Pamphlets (Volume III)

If you are a poetry lover, then you’re sure to appreciate these poems about love, poems about life, poems about loss, and faith, and redemption — all delivered in simple, yet achingly beautiful, words. My poetry tends towards the inspirational. I often don’t know what a poem is about until I find it coming together on the page. I just feel the itch that says, this one’s a poem, not a story. I first publish my poems in pamphlets that I call Ten Thoughts About Love with yes, ten poems in each (except for Vol III, which includes haiku, so I…

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Poetry Pamphlets (Volume II)

Enjoy ten more of Orna Ross’s inspirational poems aimed at the heart of love. Touches The Places Words Rarely Reach Poetry: there are times in life when nothing else will do. At such times, you need a certain kind of poem, the kind of poems that are contained in Orna Ross’s “Ten Thoughts About Love” pamphlet series, the kind of poems that tell the truth about life while providing consolation and inspiration. Poetry that inspires by touching the places that words rarely reach. In this volume, an Irishwoman surveys the alcohol-fuelled scene on St Patrick’s Night 2013; an ancient mid-winter…

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Poetry Pamphlets (Volume I)

My poetry tends towards the inspirational. I often don’t know what a poem is about until I find it coming together on the page. I just feel the itch that says, this one’s a poem, not a story. I first publish my poems in pamphlets that I call Ten Thoughts About Love with yes, ten poems in each (except for Vol III, which includes haiku, so I put some extra in, as they are so short.) I write haiku daily specifically as a way to generate creative presence. I’ve lately started posting them with pictures on my Instagram. I also…

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