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Dander in Dublin

At St. James Tramstop, Dublin

They sit there drinking across the track Talking loudly, drunkenly swaying The man looks like on on smack And I hear snatches …

The Muses Café

Easons on Dublins O’ Connell Street has a Cafe called Muses… appropiate for a bookshop! While there, looking at pictures of now …

Written Beside a Stone to Paul Smith

The latest of the poems restored to the website, its from the “Dander in Dublin” series, from way back in 2010… Opposite …

The Harp of King Brian Ború

Its a mere 1001 years since the battle of Clontarf, and we understand little of the dynamics of the battle. There was …

Christmas Card to the Homeless

Every homeless person is something to somebody. This was the Jonathan Corrie story >>> More than a face, you have a name, …

Christ Was Crucified In Dublin

As if once more nailed to a cross In Dublin, Christ was crucified Where on a street beside the Dáil The least …

All That Jazz

A video posted by Thomas Carty (@tomjcarty) on Feb 23, 2015 at 5:30pm PST Notes drift to the Dublin night air Soul …

Marching Past Trinity College

Written after the “Right to Work” march on June 1, 2010 —oOo— We marched there, chanting slogans Past the gates of Trinity …

A Wedding Day

In a chapel a man stood beside His nervous and blushing bride “I do till death” each to their vows replied And …

A City Slowly Comes to Life

A city slowly comes to life As the morning has begun And I the task for to bask I have started in …

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