It may have taken Anne Tannam forty-
Language has always fascinated Anne and whatever work she is doing, the importance of how we tell stories and connect with each other remains a constant. In her various roles as teacher, life-
When Anne began to write, poetry seemed a natural choice as no other form of writing communicates so succinctly the unique but shared experience of being human.
Anne has performed her poetry at open mic nights across Dublin. She has read at the Glór Sessions, Seven Towers Last Wednesday Series, Wurm in Apfel, The Tongue Box and The Winding Stair. Anne has performed and discussed her work with Niamh Bagnell on Liffey Sounds. annetannam.com
Take This Life explores the small things in life that make it special, but which we often neglect to see. It is a spiritual journey of sharing the oneness of life.
The poems have been described as more a lyrical conversation than poetry. They speak to the reader in clever, thought-
These are poems that are inspiring, moving, sad and funny, poems that make us feel we are not alone, that help us to see what's possible and to be comforted.
Here is a life manual to make you think, appreciate, reflect, and revise …