Celtic To The Core - Poem by Daniel McDonagh
From the province of Ulster,
Were Cuchulain’s star shines bright,
A Lurgan son battles the foe
When wearing Celtic’s green & white.
From the land of myths and legends,
From Ireland’s troubled shore,
Neil Lennon will stand proud at Paradise,
As a man who is, Celtic to the core.
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