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Shannon, Silver Goddess, Flow To Sea

Shannon, silver goddess, flow to sea And life bring you with thee To the oceans loud and proud swell Thy waters come, …

On Deaths Embrace, I Shall Sleep

On deaths embrace, I shall sleep With all my worries o’re And those who liked or not, in memory me they keep …

The Church Of The Quill

Im not a great one for churches, unless visiting ruined ones! But I worship God in my own way… another of the …

The Apple Of Eden

Fruit of a tree that begot sin And led poor Adam astray, When misled by a lusty Eve In Edens garden one …

Saint Donatus of Fiesole

At Inishcaltra he learned to write At his mothers knee to pray In Italy he learned to fight In Ireland he was …

The Night Nelson Learned to Fly

Liam Sutcliffe blew up Nelsons Pillar. This poem tells the story. He passed away today. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam …

Ireland – Is It But a Notion?

As the Catalan Independence movement is crushed for now by Spain, we remember the Irish declaration of 1919… the events of the …

To Carry a Hen When Walking

“Is trom Cearc i bhfad.” Translation: “A hen is heavy over a long distance.” Meaning: Something apparently easy may become difficult over …

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