Daniel McDonagh

Daniel McDonagh Poems

1. The Ballad Of Brother Walfrid 8/17/2006
2. Celtic Minded 8/17/2006
3. All Roads Lead To Paradise 8/17/2006
4. Brother Walfrid - The Glasgow Irish Saviour 8/17/2006
5. Jimmy Johnstone 8/17/2006
6. The Hero Of The Glasgow Irish 8/17/2006
7. Celtic Heroes At The Holy Ground 8/17/2006
8. A Drink With Shane Macgowan 8/17/2006
9. I Am A Celtic Man 10/18/2006
10. Celtic To The Core 10/18/2006
11. Amhán Na Bhfiann 10/18/2006
12. I Thank The Lord, For Being Born A Celtic Man 10/18/2006
13. Padre Pio 10/20/2006
14. April'2nd 1995 10/12/2006
15. Rainclouds 10/12/2006
16. Ciaran Of Saigher 10/18/2006
17. Ita Of Killeedy 10/18/2006
18. Finnian Of Clonard 10/18/2006
19. Brioc Of Saint Brieuc 10/18/2006
20. Down The Gallowgate 10/18/2006
21. Glasgow’s Irish Team 8/17/2006
22. Hope To Christ, We Don’t Miss The Huddle 8/17/2006
23. On The Terraced Steps Of Parkhead 8/17/2006
24. Raise The Flag Of Green & White 8/17/2006
25. The Bhoys In Emerald Green - Sons Of Walfrid 8/17/2006
26. The Canadian Tim 8/17/2006
27. The Canonization Of Brother Walfrid 8/17/2006
28. The Garden Of God 8/17/2006
29. The Royston Road 8/17/2006
30. Our Proud Heritage 8/17/2006
31. Parkhead 8/17/2006
32. Raised On Celtic 8/17/2006
33. Reminiscing Celtic Days 8/17/2006
34. Brother Walfrid And Willie Maley 8/17/2006
35. It Was Celtic Songs They Were Singing 8/17/2006
36. The Baptism Of Roy Keane 8/17/2006
37. The Faith Of The Green 8/17/2006
38. Cumann Tachaiocta Ceilteach Gaolach - (The Association Of Irish Celtic Supporters Clubs) 8/17/2006
39. From The Slopes Of Old Parkhead 8/17/2006
40. Jesus Is A Celtic Man 8/17/2006

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Best Poem of Daniel McDonagh

Bobby Sands - H-Block Martyr

The sky was black with grief & anger,
The rain, it fell with the strength of steel,
Ireland wept for a fallen son
As his soul & spirit was delivered to freedom.

The legends of Ireland mourned as one
As the strength was taken from Bobby Sands,
Cuchulainn's spirit awoke the fighting souls
Who saw a hero perish within a British jail.

The ghost of Ireland’s heroes
they walk again once more,
the battlecry has been raised
to rid the British from Ireland’s shores.

Freedom's bird hid within her nest
As Bobby Sands was laid to rest, ...

Read the full of Bobby Sands - H-Block Martyr

Celtic Minded

It's from the Irish famine ships
As the waves beat upon wooden decks,
Our ancestors left old Ireland's shores
To start a new life on the streets of Glasgow.

It's from Brother Walfrid's charity
To feed poor Catholic families,
To create a Celtic identity
To rid the evil hand of poverty.

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