Daniel McDonagh

Coimeád An Creideamh - Poem by Daniel McDonagh

Green flags are unfurled and fill Glasgow's sky
Banners of Celtic held up high
Keep the faith, with pride, Walk on
Fill your heart with a Celtic song.

Pull on that green & white jersey
Reared on the Celtic way
A battlecry will sound from our soul
From the mouths of men, young and old.

As we stand watching, God's chosen team
With our children wearing the proud green,
Through victory & defeat we will gather strong
As Paradise will hear our hymns & songs.

Jan’9th 2006

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 17, 2006

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 26, 2010

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