Bee hotel yawning
between the holes
glancing at open fields
north wind blows snow
eating our frozen fingers
They’ll warm up by the nightfall
a Chinook greets
beyond the great river
We speed up our steps
under the hangover red clouds
the summer is preening
I could hear it in the wind
and the bees move into their new home
my grandfather smiles beyond the clouds
* One of Canada’s many miles of footpaths
She currently lives in Budapest. She wrote her first poems at the age of 16. At the age of 23, she lived and worked in Germany as a ceramic assistant. Exhibited in Helsinki, Vienna. Her first volume was published in 2016, followed by four more volumes of poetry. In 2018, she was the producer of a jazz poetry CD release. The English version is also available in Vancouver, Canada and Reykjavik, Iceland.
She has been listed in the USA as a next-generation beat poet since September 2020.
Her own CD was released in February 2021 in memory of Australian poetess Judith Wright. Poems with a didgeridoo accompaniment.
She also had two photo exhibitions in 2020 and 2021 in Budapest.