Thomas Fitzgerald Poems
- 1981 As black flags ruffled, And mothers prayed, One ...
- Mother's Goodbye. A stare of blindness, A touch of prayer, ...
- Our Kingdom To a man a child is a child, It lives, it ...
- The Colour Blood. His skin soft his hair short, His muscles...
- Death. Flames and crosses, That burns the soul, Didn’t ...
- Shatter. As wild winds blow, The flesh is blue, A ...
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As black flags ruffled,
And mothers prayed,
One hundred candles were lit,
With his life he paid,
Don’t let another one die,
My son is not a criminal,
A prisoner of war,
Their life’s all terminal,
Two countries of ownership,
Both religions unstable,
Hundreds have died now,
The people incapable,
Their walls full of blood,
Slop out those dirt pans,
The prison couldn’t care less,
God bless sweet Bobby Sands.