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Memories Of Annagloor

Posted Friday 19th March 2010 at 20:34 by Francis Duggan
Those with good past memories they never are poor
And with joy I recall the fields of Annagloor
Where the Cails from Kippagh Lake to the Finnow flow
Through old fields and by ditches and by many a hedgerow.

The hawthorns resplendent in their white blooms of the May
And the nesting birds whistle and sing all the day
The fields lush and green in their lovely wildflowers
And the sun through the rain clouds shines between the showers.
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'Tis We Create Our Borders

Posted Friday 19th March 2010 at 20:31 by Francis Duggan
'Tis we create our borders and our borders we defend
And we often make an enemy by losing a former friend
And that the Country owns us we struggle to understand
Since we are part of Nature we return to the Land
Of being wealthy and famous so many do daydream
But for so few such dreams never come true or so it does seem
Yet for rich and poor there's a last night and day
In the bosom of our Earth Mother our remains will lay
Like the animals and...
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Perhaps I'd Feel Like A Stranger

Posted Friday 19th March 2010 at 20:27 by Francis Duggan
Perhaps I'd feel like a stranger in Millstreet today
And in Claraghatlea my old Homeplace far away
The people I know there like me showing time's decay
And our biological clocks ever ticking away.

The boy of the fifties now showing his years in gray
And time does not wait for anyone as some are known to say
The future unknown and we all have a past
And few things as they were ever seem to last.

But the old fields I once knew...
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Nature Herself She Looks Lovely Today

Posted Friday 19th March 2010 at 20:23 by Francis Duggan
The sun is not shining the sky looking gray
But Nature herself she looks lovely today
The magpie lark in the park is singing pee wee
And honeyeaters chirp on every blossoming tree
With scarce a puff of breeze and the rain drizzling down
Bringing moisture to the parks and the gardens of town
In early October in the southern Spring
The territorial nesting birds whistle and sing
The song of the blackbird so pleasant to hear
And the pipe...
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A Far Greater Threat

Posted Thursday 18th March 2010 at 21:35 by Francis Duggan
More of a threat to human existence than the economic recession is the ozone hole in the sky
That scientists claim is growing bigger as the years go by
Caused by carbon emissions that cause Global warming by experts we have been told
The climate is warming even in Lands known to be cold.

Compared to climate change economic recession as a problem seems small
To human existence on the Planet the greatest challenge of all
Is Global warming which we...
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