Over the hills and far away

Impressions of Southern Ireland

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Little things please little minds, quick impressions in haiku poetry format 5-7-5 syllables based on this week’s travel journal – a brief visit to Southern Ireland

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The trees are turning,  the first horse-chestnut fallen,  the white bird flown

White wind turbines spin, tankers journey from the East, fishermen long gone

We leave red sandstone, white boats on grey green waves, solitude awaits.

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Abandoned millstones, grey granite memorials, the river runs on

Rainbows, pots of gold, the mountains swallow the sun, Leprechauns laughing

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