His Only Sonnet
Struck by the enduring appeal of the sonnet and its specific poetic challenges, Paul Curran sets out to write poems that are modern in subject matter yet traditional in form. Fourteen line snapshots of cars, sport, tools and modern life sit alongside ruminations on love, death, nature, art and time.
These thought-provoking sonnets, written with a lightness of touch, are accessible to all readers. Wide-ranging in scope and loosely following the pattern of the seasons, His Only Sonnet tells of a whole year viewed through the lens of poetry and song.