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Where the wandering…

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Where the wandering water gushed from hills above glen-car - the stolen child

2
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Come away…

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Come away O human child!, to the waters and the wild - the stolen child

3
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And add the…

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And add the halfpence to the pence - September 1913

4
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Romantic Ireland’s…

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Romantic Ireland’s dead and gone, it’s with O’leary in the grave -September 1913

5
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For this Edward…

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For this Edward Fitzgerald died and Robert emmet and Wolfe tone - September 1913

6
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Confusion..

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Confusion of the death bed over, it is sent out on naked roads - the cold heaven

7
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By the injustice…

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By the injustice of the skies for punishment - the cold heaven

8
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That seemed as though…

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That seemed as though ice burned and was but the more ice - the cold heaven

9
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Are nine…

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Are Nine and fifty swans - the wild swans at Coole

10
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Their hearts have…

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Their hearts have not grown old, passion or conquest wander where they will - the wild swans at Coole

11
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The nineteenth…

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The nineteenth autumn has come upon me since I first made my count - the wild swans at Coole

12
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My country is…

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My country is kiltartans cross, my countrymen kiltartans poor - an Irish airman forsees his death

13
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Nor law…

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Nor law nor duty bade me fight - an Irish airman forsees his death

14
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The years to…

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The years to come seemed waste of breath, a waste of breath the years behind - an Irish airman forsees his death

15
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This wise…

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This wise and simple man - the fisherman

16
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The witty man…

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The witty man and his joke aimed at the commonest ear - the fisherman

17
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To a grey…

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To a grey place on a hill in grey Connemara clothes - the fisherman

18
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Full of…

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Full of berries and reddest stolen cherries - the stolen child