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Famine Food

What we dismiss as a weed Was once all there was to feed The hungry in a land of plenty Guarded by …

The Famine Cross

At the back of St Josephs Hospital in Longford, there is the local famine graveyard. This poem is dedicated to those interred …

Vampire Killed By Love

I have a friend who is big into all Vampire stories, and we were discussing the saying about who loves the flower …

Whats in a Name

By Mac and O the rhyme does go An Irishman can be known Through this rhyme and a little time The truth …

1798 Thinking

“Thats 1798 thinking” ~ Longford phrase meaning its an old fashioned notion and idealist, unlike modern reality To think like we did, …

The Tithe Child of Romsey

One tenth of all – the parsons share From cows in pasture to poultry flock From grain blowing in the breeze To …

Unborn Child Drawn by Da Vinci

We are never as pure as when before we are born, when we truly are faultless, but again, he who walks through …

Pride Blinds Men That See

In the Trumpian age, this verse of mine from seven years back or more is apt… Blind men with eyes that see …

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