Poetry Jukebox – Request Time – Maureen Boyle @BoyleMo

Poetry Jukebox is an on street audio installation of poetry for public spaces. This beautiful(and heart-breaking)poem The Last Spring, is by Maureen Boyle. It was included in our Once Barefoot curation of poems about the climate and the earth. This poem was the first words spoken from the new poetry jukebox installed at Centre Culturel Irlandais. This curation is in Paris, and concurrently at the Tropical Ravine in Belfast City Council’s Botanic Gardens.

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Poetry Jukebox – Request Time – Grainne Tobin @grainnetobin104

Poetry Jukebox puts poetry into public space. This jukebox is at the Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast. The Ladies’ Toilet of the Imagination is by Grainne Tobin. This is a Belfast poem which was included in ‘What Else….’ a curation marking the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement.

Poetry Jukebox – Request Time! – Nessa O’Mahony – The Dreaming Octopus @nessao

Poetry Jukebox puts poetry into Public space. This jukebox is at the Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast. Next up – This beautiful poem – The Dreaming Octopus by Nessa O’Mahony.  This poem has featured in our Once Barefoot curation, which is about climate change and is at Belfast Tropical Ravine and Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris

Poetry JukeBox – Request Time! – Matthew Rice – The Singable Black @wordswritten

Poetry Jukebox puts poetry into Public space. This jukebox is at the Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast. Next up – This beautiful poem – The Singable Black by Matthew Rice.  This poem has featured in our Once Barefoot curation, which is about climate change and is at Belfast Tropical Ravine and Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris

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Poetry Jukebox – Request time! Therese Kieran – Their Silent Hooves #OnceBarefoot @ThereseKieran

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Poetry Jukebox puts poetry into Public space. This jukebox is at the Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast. Next up – This beautiful poem – Their Silent Hooves by Therese Kieran.  This poem has featured in our Once Barefoot curation, which is about climate change and is at Belfast Tropical Ravine and Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris

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