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Poetry content is the work and copyright of Michael Walsh. It is hoped that those who find my poetry to their taste will purchase the online anthology of nearly 100 poems, Diamonds Last Forever.

MICHAEL WALSH POETRY
26 February 2014 @ 10:29

MICHAEL WALSH POETRY

 

Since my poetry first appeared in EYE on SPAIN, 25,538 have visited the poetry blog to take a peek. This is of course gratifying. Patagonian-based internet marketing expert David Chu is adding to the international popularity of Michael Walsh poetry. He recently published a set of three collections.

Swallows, Swifts and Flights of Storks 1, 2 and 3 are available online for very little outlay. Each collection includes approximately 60 poems and beautifully illustrated with real photographic images.

The publication of Swallows, Swifts and Flights of Storks is a ground-breaking initiative. Suck and see, you can before you purchase read and listen to selected poems. These collections are much more than books. By going to contents and clicking on the title of a poem you go right to your choice of poem.

By clicking on the title of each poem you hear the author reciting that particular poem. This presumes you have already download Quick Time, which is on most computers and if not downloaded in minutes.

These collections are iPad and ePhone friendly. This means you can listen rather than read the poetry if you wish. Ideal for travelling, out for the day or just relaxing.

Michael Walsh poetry has an international reputation and is now being broadcast across the United States

MICHAEL WALSH BIO

Simply click on the link and then click ‘About Michael Walsh.’

 

http://www.walshpoems.com/



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jeanbush said:
25 February 2016 @ 03:25

Hello Michael,

After sacrificing 20 virgins and giving the blood of my first born, I managed to register here so I could follow your work.

I looked at a couple of poems and see that no one is commenting. I shall try to fill that lonely gap as time permits.
Jean


jeanbush said:
25 February 2016 @ 03:49

I see you know David Chu; I have corresponded briefly with him regarding an essay of his I published on my site, Hidden In Plain Site.

A small world it is, indeed, and much better for having found your work and your kindness.

Jean


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