Photos of Ireland (1)
by Steve King
Statuary on Abbey Street. The actual title of these is "Talking Heads,"
but they seem to be ignoring each other.
Bullet holes are prominent in the columns of the General Post Office,
which was the nationalist headquarters during the 1916 Rising.
The Famine Memorial along the Liffey Quay.
A tomb in Christchurch Cathedral. I guess this parishioner fell asleep
during one of the sermons.
The lovely Ha’penny Bridge, spanning the Liffey.
Statue of Oscar Wilde. He reposes here directly
across the street from his boyhood home.
A pulpit and desk used by Johnathan Swift at St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
Swift was Dean there for many years.
This week and next we are featuring photos of Ireland taken by Steve King. The words of description are his as well. Thanks, Steve, for some very interesting photographs.
Hope everyone had a chance to read Rosemary's feature "Moonlight Musing" and the wonderful article of her guest host Helen Patrice.
Monday Sherry is sharing poems by three of our poets on a theme I think we all like to think about!
This next week Susan's theme for Midweek Motif will be "conquest." So many different ways to work with that theme! We look forward to reading what you come up with.
And now let's share poetry. Link your poem below, stop in with a comment, and visit other poets who link.
Have a great poetic week.