Seamus O'Sullivan


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Seumas or Seamus O'Sullivan, real name James Sullivan Starkey, (17 July 1879 - 24 March 1958) was an Irish poet and editor of The Dublin Magazine. He was born in Dublin and spent his adult life in the suburb of Rathgar. In 1926 he married the artist Estella Solomons, sister of Bethel Solomons.

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  • And men left down their work and came,
    And women with petticoats coloured like flame.
    And little bare feet that were blue with cold,
    Went dancing back to the age of gold,
    A...
    "Seumas" "O'Sullivan" (1879-1958), Irish poet. A Piper (l. 6-11). . ; pseud. of JAMES STARKEY Favorite Poems Old and New. Helen Ferris, ed. (1957)...
  • ''A piper in the streets to-day
    Set up, and tuned, and started to play,''
    "Seumas" "O'Sullivan" (1879-1958), Irish poet. A Piper (l. 1-2). . ; pseud. of JAMES STARKEY Favorite Poems Old and New. Helen Ferris, ed. (1957) ...
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