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Ballynakill Harbour, Connemara, County Galway, Ireland
Anonymous Verses
A poem attributed to Colm Cille (died 597) 

O Son of God, it would be sweet 
a lovely journey 
to cross the wave, the fount in flood 
and visit Ireland: 

The fields of Ireland I have loved 
and that's no lie. 
To stay with Comgall, to visit
Caindech 
it would be sweet. 

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