William The Coroner’s Forensic Files

Thursday, 26, February, 2009

Mary Black–Mo Ghile Mear

Filed under: Poetry — williamthecoroner @ 09:56

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6 Comments »

  1. I have that piece on a CD. It’s either “Celtic Circle” or “Celtic Women.” I’ve forgotten which. Both “Celtic Circle” albums are very good.

    Comment by Crucis — Thursday, 26, February, 2009 @ 13:22 | Reply

  2. Oh – that’s beautiful. Sad, but lovely.

    Thank you!

    -J

    Comment by Jenny — Friday, 27, February, 2009 @ 12:17 | Reply

  3. Thank you.

    Comment by Bob — Friday, 27, February, 2009 @ 21:16 | Reply

  4. God! I read Brigid’s piece about cleaning her garage alone and then cut to that. Aach! But St. Paddy’s day is right around the bend and of course I started the day by watching Wall-E with my granddaughter and that one starts about there… but shows that happy endings are always possible even if you must wait 700 years. My wife won’t know what hit her when she gets home tonight. Big greatful bearhugs. Thanks…no really, beautiful stuff glad to now go seach for more by Spadecaller. S

    Comment by Steve — Saturday, 28, February, 2009 @ 17:46 | Reply

  5. You do realize that Mary Black is Irish and all the pictures of the plaids represent Scots, don’t you. There is a difference between the two countries and their cultures.

    Comment by Clairzcat — Friday, 6, March, 2009 @ 16:11 | Reply

    • You do know I didn’t make that video, right? It was the best one of her singing that song I could find. You want authenticity, get your own blog.

      Comment by williamthecoroner — Friday, 6, March, 2009 @ 16:19


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