I stood in the National Library of Ireland in Dublin one grey April day. Silent tears streamed down my cheeks in wonder, in relief, in thanksgiving. My daughter’s
Discover Seamus Heaney’s enchanting Christmas Card Poems, offering insights into the Nobel Prize-winning poet’s reflections on the season. From the innocence of “Catherine’s Poem” to the profound “The Manger,” explore Heaney’s unique perspective on Christmas. Delve into the dual voices, subtle infusions of mature insight, and timeless themes that characterize these poetic gems.
Inner View: Phil Coulter, The Hits Keep Coming By John O’Brien, Jr. I’ve always had a passion for Irish music, and I suppose my commercial success meant that I could […]
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