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Many Who Thought They Were Indispensable
Many who thought they were indispensable are now with the dead
But life does go on after after their eulogy is read
It is so silly to think that when life from your body has gone
That life in the World without you will not go on
Old Joe Often Feels
Old Joe often feels moody and fed up with life
And tired of the nagging of his cranky wife
His middle aged son and daughter parents of teenagers from him far away
And he has not seen them for many a day
The Moyne
In fancy i can hear the dark pale eyed crow
In a paddock near Port Fairy where the Moyne waters flow
Close to the end of it's journey to the Pacific shore
Where it has flowed forever and will forever more
Marie O' Sullivan
Daughter of Tom and the late Breda Hickey and sister of James and Con
Marie Hickey sadly lost her mother at a young age but bravely with living life she carried on
Born and raised in Claraghatlea near Millstreet as Marie O' Sullivan she now is known
Living with her husband in Cullen in Duhallow with a child of her own
The Winner The One
A losing performance few do celebrate
But there is a huge difference between good and great
And though you may be a winner for to give you your due
Keep it in mind there is always one better than you
Live Hare Coursing In Ireland
In hare coursing bad decisions by good judges are rare
The flag always goes to the dog who shifts the hare
The faster dog the hare dodges left or right to avoid
In a Winter sport in Ireland that is known Countrywide
Mary From Mayo
Perhaps in her late fifties to early sixties we talked of times ago
A kind and caring and pretty woman is Mary from Mayo
I met her on the sidewalk of Commercial Road in Koroit Town
By the Warrnambool-Penshurst road where many cars and trucks pass up and down
That We Can Create Our Own Reality
That we can create some of our own reality does seem fair to say
But on our life journey destiny leads us on the way
What appears right to you may not be so to me
Suppose this is how it is and it always will be
From Hamilton To Casterton
Through an undulating hilly countryside in Summer that often looks less green than brown
The roadway from Hamilton to Coleraine and on to Casterton through the hills winds up and down
I have driven on this roadway when South Australia bound
In this undulating countryside great beauty to be found
I Will Go On Rhyming
Perhaps from penning doggerel i ought to have a rest
I have been told by a few that for me it would be best
For to give my brain a break from it maybe i should heed their advice
But penning stuff is my addiction and for such there is a price

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