Watch artist Peter Dover's visual interpretation of Seán's poem, 'Shipping Forecast, Donegal' as featured in the CD, ESTUARY here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-Igy9Sb1BA&feature=youtu.be

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It's sound tells us of the tide's turn first. Down by

mud flats, deceptive sand, sea sends signals, high

frequency. It's really worth a close listen

because flood starts with hiss, then a glisten

then drowns. Transmission's current. Sound shows

Curlew, Plover, Redshank, they hear, each knows.


 (From: Cello - Rockingham Press.)

As featured in the CD, ESTUARY (See News section)






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