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  MICHAEL MICMAC MCCRORY (25/01/1954)
 
 
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  37.     

'Three Crows'

Three crows

Three crows
Cross the night sky -
Like the ducks on grandma’s wall

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  38.     

'Together We Shall Overcome'

‘Together we shall overcome’

‘Poetry for the Deaf’
Eh! What
What Eh!
What did you say?

‘Poetry for the Blind’
It’s called Performance poetry
It’s loud; so real
It’s written down
But only in Braille

‘Poetry for the Dumb’
For their eyes only
Read only

Poetry for the Deaf, Blind and Dumb
We will work it out between us
Please don’t make it:
Evil; no hear
Evil; no see
Evil; no speak

Once it is explained
The words the pen did lay
We will all understand in our own way
Yes, once the words are written
In addition, the reasoning is known
We three together will decipher the poem
‘Together we shall overcome’.

MICMAC
 
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  39.     

'Traffic Jam'

Haiku


Traffic Jam

Traffic jam
Too many trolleys
a scene at the mall



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  40.     

'Used To Be A Pilgrim'

‘Used to be a pilgrim’

I used to be a pilgrim, with a searching mind
Searching for a better world to live in
A world with a caring’ loving humankind
I found a world of war, gluttony and sin

I used to be a pilgrim, looking for the truth
Filling my mind with knowledge and fact
Education was the meat of my youth
Until I found, life was not an act

I used to be a pilgrim, looking for love
Taking love where and when I found it
I enjoyed the push and shove
Free love, I found I didn’t fit

I used to be a pilgrim, but I’m not searching no more
Now I spend my days thanking the man above
I’ll leave pilgrimage to the students of folklore
Now that I’ve found Noireen and true love

MICMAC
 
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