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Eire Square
by Paul Francis Mc Cann

Friday, November 22, 2002

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There is a tree that grows in Blarney Street
beside the colour TV .

As people in Cork stand around drinking,
it's such a fine place to be .
If you've never been to Blarney Street ,
then you will never understand ,

The Craic there inside The Joshua tree,
with a pint glass in your hand .

If you have time I'll take you there,
to a place were time is slow and free .

We could plant down our feet
and take a seat ,inside the Joshua tree.

In Blarney Street we will celebrate
a place where some new friends can meet .

Could you borrow some time and come with me ,
I will keep it quite discreet .

At anytime of the night or day
you'll find the one's who really care .

The right time is really up to you ,
I hope to meet you in Eire Square .

By Paul Mc Cann


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Reviewed by jing javier 11/23/2002
lovely rhyme!
Reviewed by David Leigh (Reader) 11/22/2002
Great poem Paul. And I'll bet they're drinking Guiness.
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 11/22/2002
Wonderful tale and poetry. Loved this one. where their is time slow. excellent.
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