Geraldine Connolly

Geraldine Connolly (1947 - Present)

Geraldine Connolly was born in Greensburg, Pennsylvania in 1947. Her chapbook, The Red Room was published in 1988 and a full length collection Food for the Winter (Purdue University Press) appeared in 1990. Geraldine Connolly’s second book of poetry, Province of Fire, was published by Iris Press in December of 1998.

Poems By Geraldine Connolly


New Territory (No Comments »)

Province of Fire

Blue Bridge (No Comments »)
The Summer I Was Sixteen (3 Comments »)
Analysis, meaning and summary of Geraldine Connolly's poem The Summer I Was Sixteen


  1. HW kid says:

    Not a single website has a poetry response for this i can copy and paste, looks like i have to do this myself 😉

  2. Shayenne says:

    I really enjoyed this poem and i can really relate to this.

  3. piperonstage says:

    this pome is about a 16-year-old-girl and her friend triing to live life to it’s best.

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