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In Love on March 17, 2012 at 8:51 pm

Very interesting article about Irish Authors..today is St.Patrick’s Day..so be blessed my friends!

Looking for Pemberley

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! In honor of the holiday, I have compiled a list of 4 Irish authors for you to explore, if you are not already familiar with them.

Maria Edgeworth (1768-1849)- Actually, she’s Anglo-Irish, born in Oxford, but her work is often categorized as Irish Literature. She lived in Ireland, loved Ireland, and set most of her stories there. I think you should know about her, so I’m putting her on the list. Her books were a challenge to hegemonic structures, and often troubled race, class, gender, and nation. So, of course I am interested in her work. She is most famous for: Castle Rackrent (commentary about Irish landlords), Belinda (had an interracial marriage between two servants, which was later removed by publishers), and Helen.

William Butler Yeats (1865-1939)- “Turning and turning in the widening gyre/ The falcon cannot hear the falconer;/Things fall apart; the centre cannot…

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In Love on March 17, 2012 at 9:03 am

Treewhispers

Contributed by Aga Williams

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In Love on March 17, 2012 at 8:48 am

Amazing poem

Evoking the Deep

Our backs pressed together yet so far apart
both staring at the stars
not making a sound

Dare we……..forget the past and make a start
we’ll be face to face
we’ll both turn around
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If I……..were to look into those big brown eyes
and ask you to be mine,
would you take my hand?

If you……..were to walk with me alone tonight
you would see all I need,
two sets of footprints in the sand
~
The limits we can take this is so out of sight
the drum in my chest beats
and I know you can feel

If I……..stare too hard or hold you tight
I’m not trying to hurt you
I just want to be sure you’re real
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If we……..step into an unknown sea
I can only promise one thing
you’ll always be all I need

I’m euphoric……..to have you with me
Before tonight,
you…

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