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"Daithi Think about what you started nine years ago! the people you are bringing tog…"

Frank Daub replied Mar 11, 2008 to We're 9 years old next Monday March 17th!

6 Aug 28, 2008
Reply by Ronnie

"Some respond with a remark. A poet responds with his art and his heart. This is so r…"

Frank Daub replied Mar 5, 2008 to Beautiful Irish Poem

414 Feb 9, 2011
Reply by Nancy Craft

"Deragon This is one of those "essential" Irish poems about what it means to be Iris…"

Frank Daub replied Mar 5, 2008 to Beautiful Irish Poem

414 Feb 9, 2011
Reply by Nancy Craft

"You are most welcome. Isn't life beautiful, if you search beauty that is always ever…"

Frank Daub replied Mar 4, 2008 to Beautiful Irish Poem

414 Feb 9, 2011
Reply by Nancy Craft

"Lisa We lovers of the metered (and unmetered) word owe you much for having started…"

Frank Daub replied Mar 4, 2008 to Beautiful Irish Poem

414 Feb 9, 2011
Reply by Nancy Craft

"Deregon You are far too kind and so much a gentleman. I will continue to share yeat…"

Frank Daub replied Mar 3, 2008 to Beautiful Irish Poem

414 Feb 9, 2011
Reply by Nancy Craft

"My friend! Good to hear from you. Isn't it beautiful, that he could talk of the ri…"

Frank Daub replied Mar 3, 2008 to Beautiful Irish Poem

414 Feb 9, 2011
Reply by Nancy Craft

"St. Patrick's day is coming. A cause for joy and great craic. Easter is coming, too,…"

Frank Daub replied Mar 3, 2008 to Beautiful Irish Poem

414 Feb 9, 2011
Reply by Nancy Craft

"Deragon The title of this song is, simply, Grace. Paddy Reilly did a recording of t…"

Frank Daub replied Feb 26, 2008 to Beautiful Irish Poem

414 Feb 9, 2011
Reply by Nancy Craft

"For our poetry lovers, here are the lyrics to a really beautiful Irish song about on…"

Frank Daub replied Feb 26, 2008 to Beautiful Irish Poem

414 Feb 9, 2011
Reply by Nancy Craft

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