Matt Mooney

Freshman - 814 Points (1943 / South Galway, Ireland.)

Matt Mooney Quotes

  • '''Now it's Nature's turn to suffer,
    All the shame is our's alone'.''
    From 'Bleeding', a poem on an environmental disaster which was due to construction work for a wind turbine farm up in the mountain in Derrybrien, Co.Galway.
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Scents of the Summer, incense to his senses,
The boy walks barefoot most of the way.
By hills of furze bushes above the soft bog,
Though ever so slowly the river flows free
Through flower beds of bright yellow wild iris
Where the black water hens hide every day.

In meadows the cowslips all are in bloom
But he has to hurry on fast to his school;

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