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So Pleasant Indeed

Posted Saturday 26th June 2010 at 03:28 by Francis Duggan
So pleasant indeed is the sweet scent of hay
In the warmth of the sunshine of a nice Summer's day
The air full of the buzzings of flies and of bees
In near perfect temperatures of twenty five degrees
Cattle at rest in the shade of the trees
And butterflies dancing in the gentle breeze
And everywhere I turn to look beauty I do see
Nature in her splendour is all around me
Such beauty that inspire artists to sketch and writers to write
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Partners For Life

Posted Saturday 26th June 2010 at 03:25 by Francis Duggan
In Park Lake Pertobe they live and they stay
And from each other they are never too far away
An old pale eyed crow and his ever faithful wife
'Twould seem to me that they are partners for life
Of people 'twould seem that they show little fear
Before they fly off to them you can come near
By the lower lake by the barbeque shelter them I often do see
In love with each other they do seem to me
How many broods they have raised I wouldn't know...
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June In Annagloor

Posted Saturday 26th June 2010 at 03:22 by Francis Duggan
The great gift of memory is a wonderful thing
Today in Annagloor the wild birds chirp and sing
And June has arrived with her beautiful flowers
That bloom in the old fields in the Summer showers
The buzzings of the nectar gathering wild honeybees
And the cattle at rest chewing their cuds in the shade of the trees
And the grey wagtail sings near where Cails waters flow
By their chirping or song birds one does come to know
I grew to love Nature...
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On Singing Honeyeaters

Posted Saturday 26th June 2010 at 03:19 by Francis Duggan
Familiar to many and familiar to me
The singing honeyeaters birds I often do see
They sing in duets on a bush or a tree
Though not the finest of songsters as most would agree
In her cup shaped nest of bark, grasses and rootlets bound with spiders webs the female bird lay
Two to three pale white to buff eggs with brown spots from view hidden away
From August to January in their breeding time of year
Though all year round birds one can see and can hear...
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June In Duhallow

Posted Wednesday 23rd June 2010 at 01:36 by Francis Duggan
The female robin she sits in her moss and leafy cup nest
With her five speckled eggs warming to life by the heat of her breast
As her partner the male sings on a nearby tree
Proclaiming the borders of his territory.

The grey wagtail sings near where stream rapids flow
On to the big river by the shady hedgerow
It's natural course towards the sea it does trace
Duhallow in June is a beautiful place.

Above the bogland a musical...
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