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  • 361.
    Sigerson Clifford Sung Of

    Sigerson Clifford sung of the The Boys of Barr Na Sraide the happy boys who hunted for the Wran
    The boys who grew up to be freedom fighters Who took on the British troops The Black and Tan
    He glorified them in his famous ballad the brave young rebels of his Kerry Town
    The boys of Caherciveen and Barr Na Sraide to fight for Ireland their claim to renown
    Sigerson Clifford sung of his gentle teacher the likeable and pleasant Brother Mick
    The one who introduced Humanity to his classroom who banished the strap that pained and burnt the stick
    A better and by far a more successful teacher than those who took delight in the usage of the cane
    He was so different to his other teachers that he and his school mates wondered was he sane
    Sigerson Clifford sung about the Irish Travellers of them some famous ballads he did write
    He was the uncrowned Poet Laureate of Kerry other his songs sing and his poems do recite
    His songs and poems are full of joy and pathos the one who was born with the gift of rhyme
    In death he remains as a poetic legend and he was a legend in his own lifetime
    Sigerson Clifford sung of the Boys of Barr Na Sraide and in Irish literature the renowned Kerry poet
    Lives in his poems and songs as one remembered he was indeed a literary man of note. read more »

  • 362.
    Edward Harrington

    With the best writers of his era Edward Harrington did rate
    The farmer's son from Shepparton was a poetic great
    He wrote the stirring ballads that poetry lovers love to recite
    A poem of his recited at many a poetry night. read more »

  • 363.
    Alankar(Decor) -174

    Under The Stars(Arkaham Ballad)

    Arkaham Ballad can be identified by the last line of each stanza
    being repeated as the first three metric feet of the next stanza. read more »

  • 364.
    Thomas Davis Bard Of Mallow

    Thomas Davis bard of Mallow his songs are a source of joy
    They were born of natural genius and will never ever die
    His songs sung the whole World over and in some Irish Club tonight
    Some one sings the songs of Davis to the listeners delight. read more »

  • 365.
    For Me Far Too Much Foofaraw

    For me far too much foofaraw
    Your own conclusions on them and their work draw
    Though modern poets and their poems in poetry the in thing
    And their praises the literary critics sing. read more »

  • 366.
    Love That You Sing

    Love That You Sing

    A long time ago when the earth was green
    There's many more poets that you've ever seen read more »

  • 367.
    You Are My Inspiration

    I will never leave you, my Love, for I love you
    For you are my Master and I am your subject
    You have inspired all my writes, both old and new
    All I ever knew was to write about you and me read more »

  • 368.
    My Winter Ballad- Saved by a Salad

    Snow falling through my chimney, putting out my fire
    Children throwing snowballs at my window, causing my ire.
    To chase them away- I step outside
    On the icy ground, my feet do slide. read more »

  • 369.
    Winter's Night

    I believe you're sleeping my angel
    In this winter's cruel night
    And the walls of your house protect you,
    In your dream stars are shining bright. read more »

  • 370.
    Clock Face to Face

    Clock fingers pluck the minutes off time
    a leftover ballad that sobs
    yesterdays remembrances
    I leave it all behind read more »

  • 371.
    A Small Town

    There is something charming about a small town
    Where the living is good
    And the greeting is pleasant.
    A warm expression is on many faces, read more »

  • 372.
    Forever falling


    An expression of anger, ___Into a ballad of love,
    __the meaning stranger, ___sweeter then the stars above, read more »

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  44. A Ballad, Selina Marie
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