in Safeway bags. Convincing Customs
the longer girders were for catching
butterflies, she hid the WD40
she'd used to loosen the rivets.
Stealing the Eiffel Tower
Jane Kirwan grew up in Northampton but spent every summer in Ireland. She has worked as a dentist in Lagos and London and now lives in Prague. Her poems investigate the barriers that seperate mothers and daughters, women and men, Irish and English, and pick at the emotional locks that keep most of us in exile.