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Yet, the hope that creeps through the cracks in his heart cannot be stifled.

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Powerful music by master-piper Ronan Browne provides further adornment of this collection. Composed in concert with the poetry the music is rough, violent, vulnerable, sensitive, shy, and angry all at once; just like the poems.

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It is a collaboration between three different artists working in The original edition of this book is a paperback book with a CD. Yet, the hope that creeps through the cracks in his heart cannot be stifled. Packing Up for Paradise: Selected Poems Your footfall is soft as fog, my heart dry as a nut in the wake of your joy; happiness follows you wherever you.

Uachtar Ard, Nollaig Not exactly a postcard, more a telegram from the South Pole of the imagination that Scott or Shackleton never mastered, when they plunged the. Upload Sign In Join.

Save For Later. Create a List. Summary An Irish-language title This collection is a collaboration between two different artists working in two different mediums. Read on the Scribd mobile app Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

Agus Rud Eile De: And Another Thing

Blackberries She plucks blood from the briars, shadowed eyes as bright as time to come that has not yet darkened her days. The white tide is high as the sun surging in her pulse, and a thorn in her talk, unbeknownst to her, skins my fingers. She wants me to taste the black sweetness, bitter as truth on the tip of my tongue.

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