Maureen Daly is one of the founding members of Airfield Writers. She came late to writing poetry. She has been published in Cyphers, Revival and online, and her work has been included in many anthologies, most recently the Rush Poetry Anthology.
She is interested in local history and was secretary of Foxrock Local History Club where she gave short talks and published a booklet Kill Abbey.
Maureen is also one of the photographers featured in Our Own Place, a photographic project lodged in The National Library of Ireland.
She will keep writing.
He took me by the hand
Swirled me around
Until we fell into the purple heather
Bedded by layers of bog
Waiting for the moon to join us.