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Merlin Woods – Spring Morning

The castle watches over landscape changed By mans creation, not the acts of war like before As in former times, this land …

Little Lake, Big Dreams

The little lake, water lapping, little future Local lads, big dreams and ambitions Far away fields were greener than the stoney ones …

When the Sun Is A Weathercaster

Half set, the sun, at death of day Fills the sky with the red of blood The colour of life of a …

Sleeping Neath a Nipple

While climbing the Paps in Kerry some years back with writer Derek Fanning, I took a nap under the Cairn on the …

Address to my Feathered Friend

When growing up in Banagher, the Willie Wagtail was one of my favourite birds. They nested regular in our garden and yard, …

Neath Trees I Sit And Think A Bit

Neath trees I sit and think a bit As the noon day scorching sun He who with energy was fired is now …

Tenalach

Tenalach – what makes us one with nature: Alleged, is an Irish word: What makes us feel a part of it, As …

Give to Me an Angry Sea

Give to me an angry sea When I am old, not strong like now And at my happiest I will be Should …

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