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The Leap Of The Dog
Liam Ó Comáin
An urban sprawl in a valley Where one could sense, as a youth, A presence alongside a river referred Too as ‘The Roe’ - its name based upon An Ir...Rate it:

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The Limavady Air
Liam Ó Comáin
As a travelling fiddler played away A local lady, Miss Jane Ross, copied An air to be later miss-named as 'The Derry Air' or 'The Londonderry Air'...Rate it:

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THE LITTLE GAELIC SINGERS
Liam Ó Comáin
From the western isle of Ireland They came forth unveiling The culture of the Gael. ~ It being the city of Derry Who gave them birth And their grow...Rate it:

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The Loss of the Emigrants
John Boyle O'Reilly
The Steamer ' Atlantic ' Was Wrecked Near Halifax, N. S., April1, 1873, And 560 Lives Lost. FOR months and years, with penury and want And heart-...Rate it:

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The Maori Pig Market
Andrew Barton Paterson
In distant New Zealand, whose tresses of gold The billows are ceaselessly combing, Away in a village all tranquil and old I came on a market whe...Rate it:

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The Music Of Derry.
Liam Ó Comáin
I once played the Uilleann Pipes along Derry’s Walls and in Response I enjoyed the increasing calls of local seabirds; The bodhran was also in acti...Rate it:

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The Old College
Padraic Colum
Of the Irish, Paris THE Lombards having gone back to their land, We, who might never flock to native land Except like birds that fly like fugitives...Rate it:

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The Power of Science
James Brunton Stephens
“All thoughts, all passions, all delights, Whatever stirs this mortal frame.” Are but the legacies of apes, With interest on the same. How oft in ...Rate it:

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The Priests of Ireland
John Boyle O'Reilly
YOU have waited, Priests of Ireland, until the hour was late: You have stood with folded arms until 'twas asked—Why do they wait? By the fever an...Rate it:

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The Queen's Jubilee Celebrations
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas in the year of 1897, and on the 22nd of June, Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee in London caused a great boom; Because high and low came from afa...Rate it:

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The Ride Of Rody Burke
Alice Guerin Crist
The heat haze veiled the distant hills, the white clouds floated high, Drifting in slow content across the blue Australian sky; And down in Clancy’...Rate it:

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The Secret People
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Smile at us, pay us, pass us; but do not quite forget; For we are the people of England, that never have spoken yet. There is many a fat farmer tha...Rate it:

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The Shepherd's Week (excerpt)
John Gay
MONDAY, OR, THE SQUABBLE Lobbin Clout, Cuddy, CloddipoleCUDDY Hold, witless Lobbin Clout, I thee advise, Lest blisters sore on thy own ton...Rate it:

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The Shepherd's Week : Monday; or the Squabble
John Gay
Lobbin Clout, Cuddy, Cloddipole Lobbin Clout. Thy younglings, Cuddy, are but just awake, No thrustles shrill the bramble-bush forsake No chirping ...Rate it:

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The Snowdrop
Liam Ó Comáin
This spring morning Perceiving growth From dark clay A flower I love more Than all the flowers Of today... While a-listening to Birds in a small I...Rate it:

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The Soldier Birds
Henry Lawson
I mind the river from Mount Frome To Ballanshantie’s Bridge, The Mudgee Hills, and Buckaroo, Lowe’s Peak, and Granite Ridge. The “tailers” in the c...Rate it:

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The Statues
William Butler Yeats
PYTHAGORAS planned it. Why did the people stare? His numbers, though they moved or seemed to move In marble or in bronze, lacked character. But bo...Rate it:

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The Stringy-Bark Cockatoo
Andrew Barton Paterson
I'm a broken-hearted miner, who loves his cup to drain, Which often times has caused me to lie in frost and rain. Roaming about the country, lookin...Rate it:

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The Sycamores
John Greenleaf Whittier
In the outskirts of the village On the river's winding shores Stand the Occidental plane-trees, Stand the ancient sycamores. One long century ...Rate it:

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The Three Roads
Victor James Daley
There is a town in Ireland, A little town I know; Its girls have tender Irish eyes Beneath their brows of snow; And in the field around it ...Rate it:

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The Tree-Frog Pedigree
John Bannister Tabb
Our great ancestor, Polly Wog, With her cousin, Thaddeus Pole, Eloped from her home in an Irish bog, And crossing the sea on the 'Mayflower's' log,...Rate it:

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The Wail of the Waiter
Marcus Clarke
All day long, at Scott's or Menzies', I await the gorging crowd, Panting, penned within a pantry, with the blowflies humming loud, There at seven i...Rate it:

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The Watchers
Katharine Tynan
THE cottages all lie asleep; The sheep and lambs are folded in Winged sentinels the vale will keep Until the hours of life begin. The children wit...Rate it:

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The Water-Witch
Alice Guerin Crist
The little creek went winding down ‘Twixt whispering reeds and small blue flowers, Singing a pleasant summer song Of holidays and playtime hours. ...Rate it:

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The Wild Geese
Katharine Tynan
Wild geese fly overhead In the wild Autumn weather. Souls of the newly-dead Crying and flying together. Home from the last great fight, The souls ...Rate it:

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