Pauline Fayne's Writings
Killer of fishes
Storm Season Summer was sullen storms in that limboed thirteenth year of fading girlhood schemes and pubescent dreams of adolescent cleft-chinned males, while the cracked nib still scratched childish tales in school copybooks and the surreptitious torch illuminated "True Romance" at night between the sheets, adulthood incubating in fermenting heat.
Stonebridge Publications. From "I'm Fine Really"
Bogeyman She learnt young that he would visit those not blanketed in sleep before dark Risked it once tight safe in fathers arms watching for the wishing star until their whispered vigil was stilled by mothers screams, eyes glazed with fear of the silent man in black echoing her footsteps past the old church yard....
Pauline Fayne lives in Tallaght , County Dublin with her husband Terry and those of her children who have not yet left home .Her first collection of poetry "Journey" was published by Sheveck Press (Dublin) in 1977. Her second collection "Killer...