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Booksie Address: http://www.booksie.com/tomasocarthaigh
Country: Ireland
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Member Since: Sep 18, 2006

Featured Writing

The Ballad of Old Clonbroney

Poem by tomasocarthaigh
Posted: Apr 5, 2008
A The Ballad of Old Clonbroney One night dark...
Tags:ireland, family, mill, ghost, tale, longford, headless, horseman, ballinalee, carty, carthaigh

Too many chocolates

Poem by tomasocarthaigh
Posted: Oct 6, 2006
This poem is inspired by the words of Bono as recounted...
Tags:depression, despair, world, hope, nation, music, progress

Snakes All Around Us

Poem by tomasocarthaigh
Posted: Oct 6, 2006
Readers of these pages from Ireland will be familiar...
Tags:moral, watchful, native, american, aesop, fable

Equally Wise and Foolish Are We

Poem by tomasocarthaigh
Posted: Sep 19, 2006
Before God we are all equally wise - and equally foolish....
Tags:love, poetry, god, ireland, einstien, salvation

Writing Portfolio

That We May Never Have to Play Dalibors Fiddle

Poem by tomasocarthaigh
Posted: Jul 14, 2010
Czech use to say „The indigence made Dalibor to play...

Far from For Kiltartans Poor He Died

Poem by tomasocarthaigh
Posted: Jul 14, 2010
William Butler Yeats poems in memory of Major William...

Man Is But A Pawn Of God (Haiku)

Poem by tomasocarthaigh
Posted: Oct 26, 2008
Man is but a pawn of god...

The Ballad of Old Clonbroney

Poem by tomasocarthaigh
Posted: Apr 5, 2008
A The Ballad of Old Clonbroney One night dark...

Too many chocolates

Poem by tomasocarthaigh
Posted: Oct 6, 2006
This poem is inspired by the words of Bono as recounted...

Let There Be Joy

Poem by tomasocarthaigh
Posted: Oct 6, 2006
This is a small hymn calloing on people to rejoice in...

Snakes All Around Us

Poem by tomasocarthaigh
Posted: Oct 6, 2006
Readers of these pages from Ireland will be familiar...

God Calls Me George

Poem by tomasocarthaigh
Posted: Sep 19, 2006
Poem critic of George Bushes God complex!

Equally Wise and Foolish Are We

Poem by tomasocarthaigh
Posted: Sep 19, 2006
Before God we are all equally wise - and equally foolish....



Poetry for me is a passion, not just a hobby, and I think that the ability to leave something behind us after our day is one of the best things in life, and the ability for someone to read the words I have written, and to be moved, to anger, to action, to tears, brings a connection that can only be got between one person and another via the written word.

I write on many topics, from human rights of the self determination of the Celtic peoples, to the mere survival and acceptance of groups such as the First Nations of America, and Europes Romani people. And also a little on life, death, current affairs, history, ghost stories, legends and whatever else takes my fancy at the time.

My inspirations and heros in the writing sphere are the three Roberts: Service, Frost and Burns, and of late I have come in contact with the writings of Sir John Bjetemann.

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For those of you on Facebook, look me up under my name with the fada's intact (Tomás Ó Cárthaigh) and become a fan of my page... look me up as a user and put in a friend request, and look out for the Creative Exchange group... links all below...

Tomás Ó Cárthaigh My fan page!!!!

The Burns Club @ F / Book For Rabbie Burns Fans

Creative Exchange: Facebooks coolest group!!!

Application:   Poetry DedicationDescription: Send and dedicate a poem to someone. Poems by Tomás Ó Cárthaigh, from the site http://www.writingsinrhyme.com


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