A Dancing Way

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Xlibris Corporation, Apr 26, 2010 - Poetry
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Single mum of two girls, Ailidh Morrison is a passionate example of West Coast Womanhood. Born in 1974 she has spent most of her itinerant life on and around the West Coast of Scotland, finally settling in 2008 on the Isle of Eigg. Her poetry is driven by an elemental wildness that strives to combine the archetypal with the everyday. Sometimes playful sometimes melancholic, Ailidh's poetry provides a bridge between the knowledge and the experience of personal relationships and the soul's reaction. She draws through her words an eloquent and moving play of human emotion; liberally allowing the natural and sexual nature of her own personality to illustrate and evoke the mystery of the human condition. Larger than life and a lover of life, her poetry is a conduit to sharing and facilitates an inclusive way of being; both with the Self and with others. Curly black haired and hazel eyed, she has a tendency to enjoy herself and lives to the absolute maximum, searching out new experiences and challenges. She also makes exceptional soup.
 

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Contents

Dedication
7
Shooglelin
9
I Like It Better In The Half Light
10
Balmed by Boys
12
Veteran
13
Ma Kitchen Table
14
Another Muse?
17
Internal Ridin
18
On a Friday I cant sleep
31
Windows and Veils
33
The Ceilidh
34
Pictures
36
P94 and P 92
37
A Dancin Way
42
The Teardropper Bombers
43
Teardropper 2
45

Teatime
19
How do ye move?
20
I would rather pace
21
Tones on Tones
22
Slow time fallin in love
26
Wave Washed Indoors
28
The Lostsearchers
47
Remember Lady
48
The What if? Cake
49
You left me feelin peaceful
51
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Single mum of two girls, Ailidh Morrison is a passionate example of West Coast Womanhood. Born in 1974 she has spent most of her itinerant life on and around the West Coast of Scotland, finally settling in 2008 on the Isle of Eigg. Her poetry is driven by an elemental wildness that strives to combine the archetypal with the everyday. Sometimes playful sometimes melancholic, Ailidh's poetry provides a bridge between the knowledge and the experience of personal relationships and the soul's reaction. She draws through her words an eloquent and moving play of human emotion; liberally allowing the natural and sexual nature of her own personality to illustrate and evoke the mystery of the human condition. Larger than life and a lover of life, her poetry is a conduit to sharing and facilitates an inclusive way of being; both with the Self and with others. Curly black haired and hazel eyed, she has a tendency to enjoy herself and lives to the absolute maximum, searching out new experiences and challenges. She also makes exceptional soup.

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