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By: Ian Henry Love

Follow The Wild Sky

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Divided into six categories, the poems in Follow the Wild Sky reflect the author’s priorities, with his family coming first.
After poems about the family, the time and place poems react to events, including climate change and pandemics.
The island narrative poems probe some of the historical background to the shifting identities in Ireland and England. They dip down into pre-history and up again to the present day.
The commentary poems range from the serious to the frivolous.  The author hopes they are not too lecturing!
The poems of possibility attempt to wrap some metaphysics around the real world.
The science-fiction poems have been written as forerunners, in the style of treatments for a possible film script.
One of the reasons for the author’s writing is to exercise demons.

Ian Henry Love is a family man. He was born and schooled in Northern Ireland before obtaining professional land use planning qualifications in London. Most of his working life was in Scotland. He retired to the south of France before returning to Northern Ireland, whereupon he has taken up poetry writing. His interests are philosophy, science, epistemology and cosmology. He is fascinated by the long term and by deep-time.

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