Two Poems by Finola Scott

In this age of vast public demonstrations and non-violent rebellion, these two vivid poems from Finola Scott speak of a global human community, and the risks that demonstrators run. 'We are very close': Tens of thousands march in Venezuela 2/2/19 This river of democracy is in full spate, With flags foaming, baseball capped marchers flood … Continue reading Two Poems by Finola Scott

Independence Day by Finola Scott

Independence Day The bonnet's a yellow explosion. I instruct Aim for something soft. So my son hits the daffodils not a wall. I recall my own lessons, the feel of Dad's hand on my learner shoulder and sigh. Well Done.   Twice a week I grip my passenger-seat belt and career between advice and novenas. … Continue reading Independence Day by Finola Scott