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Derrynaflan Hoard, National Museum of Ireland

On Saturday I spent the day in Dublin , shopping and visiting different Museums , including the National Museum of Ireland .

One of my main interests in doing so was to take a fresh look and the Derrynaflan Hoard, I posted on the items in this collection and about the Island of Derrynaflan , county Tipperary – last October. 885 more words

Nigel Borrington

The Old Lane Through The Woods - Poem by jim hogg , Kilkenny Landscape photography


The Old Lane Through The Woods –

Poem by jim hogg

There’s a track through the trees from the White to the Black
that I walked as a kid and I often went back. 285 more words

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Cuckoo-flower / Lady's Smock , Irish Nature Photography

In late springtime here in county Kilkenny – Ireland, I always notice when the wild flower come out.

Some of the most noticeable are the Cuckoo flowers, they grow at the side of rivers and along damp woodland paths. 85 more words

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God, " A nasty surprise in a sandwich " - Poem by James Fenton

God, A Poem –

Poem by James Fenton

A nasty surprise in a sandwich,
A drawing-pin caught in your sock,
The limpest of shakes from a hand which… 224 more words

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The River Of Life, A poem By Thomas Campbell

The River Of Life

Poem by Thomas Campbell

The more we live, more brief appear
Our life’s succeeding stages;
A day to childhood seems a year, 139 more words

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The Growth of a Seed – By Dan Farella

The Growth of a Seed

– By Dan Farella

The growth of a seed
Starts with a need

A feeling inside her
Like a burning fire… 355 more words

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Blue flowers , they stands for desire the infinite and unreachable

Blue flowers must be one of the hardest types of wild flowers to find, these Field-Speedwell’s are just some of a few we have in our local woodlands. 778 more words

Nigel Borrington