Born and raised in Northern Ireland. I studied English literature at the University of Glasgow. I now live and work in South Korea. I have had previous poems published in the Shot Glass Journal and the Fib Review.
crumbled graphite stains the page in waves and ambulations of thought the sense of it lost in the rhythm of a rambling want for no sense for nonsense for a feeling of nothing sensed but the movement worked into it the rhymes taken out to the stout broad laughter of an interested crowd fixed on the meaning of other things things of worth not a lesser thing like this worthless but for the rhythm though the words be trite and the meaning ever so slightly wrung out in the wash of the wave that took over this page