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Sing and Know Truth

We all have our own stories to tell – what are yours? (5th Chakra)

“I do not know the truth, or I do not know how to tell the truth. 594 more words

Rumi

Tyrone Man Makes A Great Point On Spotlight

A Beragh man, who cites Seamus Heaney and WB Yeats as major influences on his life, was today getting his back slapped after he made a brilliant point on Spotlight last night on the BBC, using standard English. 235 more words

BBC

Theater Week - 2 Bee

A listing of Triangle theater performances
through March 30, 2015

OPENING:
The Burial at Thebes – Celebrating its 50th birthday, University Theatre (née Thompson Theatre) reprises its very first production, Sophocles’ … 399 more words

Triangle Theater

The Blackbird of Glanmore

The Blackbird of Glanmore

by Seamus Heaney

On the grass when I arrive,
Filling the stillness with life,
But ready to scare off
At the very first wrong move. 186 more words

Moon On The Tides

Ireland's Favorite Poem

When all the others were away at Mass

By Seamus Heaney

In Memoriam M.K.H., 1911-1984

When all the others were away at Mass
I was all hers as we peeled potatoes. 110 more words

Sabbath Day - An Gorta Mor

For the last three weeks I have let my Sabbath Day function as the center around which I have organized a week of reading different national literatures. 1,030 more words

Sabbath Plans

The Exploration of Inner Space II : by way of metaphor

In a recent piece, prompted by Eliot’s line
‘Humankind cannot bear very much reality’
I suggested that we have constructed a carapace that protects us from Reality much as a spacesuit protects an astronaut or a bathysphere a deep-sea explorer. 1,746 more words

Philosophy