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CELTIC_CIRCLE:_IRISH BLESSING.

CELTIC CIRCLE: MOTHER.

CELTIC_CIRCLE:_ONE PERSON.

CELTIC CIRCLE.

CELTIC CIRCLE: GIFTS.

CELTIC CIRCLE: LOVE.

CELTIC CIRCLE: NATIONS.

2008_STORYTELLING POETRY AWARD.

CELTIC CIRCLE: RELIGIOUS

CELTIC_CIRCLE:_SCHOLAR BARD.

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IRISH CELTIC POETRY
A long time ago and a short time ago. In a place both near and far away.

David Morris

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We Must Find Our Poet If We
Want to Unearth and Live Life
Through Our Stories


Princess of Happiness

She is called to life, but only one can see behind the veil;
many have tried but cannot understand the price to be paid;
for she alone knows that he has found her.

He is the one to fill her longing; she hides her
beauty, tenderness, and generosity but the secret is revealed;
he must love her throughout his life.

The universe opens and two hearts beat to the rhythm;
fear not my love, fear not; life will continue
because we have found each other.

David Morris
© 2000

IRISH CELTIC POETRY
2008 Storytelling Poetry Award,
Submit by March 17, 2009
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"Our stories construct poetic forms and thoughts." DM