The poem now shifts to a proactive tone, urging readers to recognise ‘the whole bloody show’ for what it is.Read more
In part five of Sheehan Quirke’s serialised ‘Millennials’ poem, the lines between offensive and acceptable are blurry.Read more
Sheehan Quirke reflects on being able to chase dreams and be unafraid.Read more
In the third part of Millennials, Sheehan Quirke writes about putting things off until tomorrow.Read more
A whole generation who never knew fear, / But don’t blame us for having it allRead more
Sheehan Quirke writes on how social media can disconnect us from our surroundings.
‘Your platitudes are flattering my dear, / But I couldn’t give a blighty for what the devil is here. / After all, I can see the whole city reflected in your eyes, / So why look anywhere else?’Read more
‘In Paris and under the arches and the ivory hotels, in the oilcloth
Flutter of nights on-the-run from everything we left behind.
With your dark eyes and my golden hair, the transience is all
That keeps us going.’Read more