World Put to Rights
The dream that burst riverbanks
Your plummets spraying wetness
The church spire grew legs, scaled bricks,
Quiet-huff of your refuge,
to the realms of purity;
You would sleep outside, would sing,
Float on, keep your whistles of
World Put to Rights is © Kelly Creighton , all rights reserved.
Kelly Creighton/ Ceallach O Criochain is an Irish artist, writer of fiction and poetry; born in Belfast in 1979 she writes about contemporary relationships and local landscapes. Kelly has previously published poems and short stories in anthologies and magazines.Currently her poetry is in literary ezines including A New Ulster, Lapwing Publications. Recently her work was feature of the week in Electric Windmill Press.Kelly is editing her novel Yielding Fruit, a historical fiction set in West Yorkshire, she is also compiling her first collection of poems.