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Kevin Higgins - poet
'Likely the mostly widely read living poet in Ireland', The Stinging Fly magazine. 'the sinister fringe's bard in residence', Rabble.ie
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"A barrel of industrial waste poured into a suit / donated by a casino owner who knows people" Kevin Higgins looks forward to the US Presidential election.
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CassandraVoices 5h
"A barrel of industrial waste poured into a suit / donated by a casino owner who knows people" Kevin O'Higgins looks forward to the US Presidential election.
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Thanks Sherra.
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Dean Kelly 🎨 19h
Hard, powerful and necessary lines from , in the week we saw fit to seal memories in the same way as people and victims were put away or buried, unceremoniously, before.
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ali whitelock 23 Aug 18
Read this honest & devastatingly vital 'Heavy Clogs' by - that quite rightly leaves us with nowhere to hide.
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Anne Casey 23 Aug 18
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Diarmuid O'Flynn 24 Aug 18
Heavy words. Still worn lightly by our powers-that-be.
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Richie McCormack 24 Aug 18
A poem with such meaning and imagery should be on the Leaving Cert curriculum. That way the next generations will see the horror previous generations lived through and those in authority endorsed through their inaction.
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Caitlín Uí Ceallaigh 25 Aug 18
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Kevin Higgins - poet 23 Aug 18
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Kevin Higgins - poet 23 Aug 18
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Beautiful Losers 12 Feb 18
Kevin Higgins with "Heavy Clogs" – a about the recently discovered , who were secretly buried in unmarked graves at an institution that remained open for almost four decades until 1961:
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Salmon Poetry 25 Aug 18
Poem: Heavy Clogs | The Platform
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casey+lewis 24 Aug 18
Vital questions raised by Irish Kevin Higgins in this remarkable
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Molly 11 Jun 19
An incredible poem about the mother and baby home in Tuam from whose collection comes out this Friday with 💫
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Replying to @oshsmum19
Thanks Pauline.
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Kevin Higgins - poet 20h
The late Eamon Ryan just phoned me to ask if I'd read this at the Irish Green Party's closing down party after next election. 'Heavy Clogs'
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