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'My grandpa turned me into Robbie Burns Mouse'

‘Grandpa turned me into Rabbie Burns Mouse’

Whilst celebrating the birth of Rabbie Burns
The Mother after so many twists and turns
Gave birth to a bouncing baby boy
Filled the fathers heart with joy
The grandpa lifts the baby high
And like a banshee gave a cry
You’ll be a man with concerns
You’ll be a poet like Rabbie Burns
You’ll write about “Mans inhumanity to man”
And fight to save old Ireland
You’ll fight “a Nation of rogues”
like they did at bolavogue
You’ll charge them roaring, you won’t wait
And you’ll lead us into a free state
You’ll rid us of quislings and such
Give us freedom “No monarch can touch”
But alas, grandpa don’t you know it
You turned me into a poet
A wandering poet “Who did dally”
“On British ground to rally”
I know you think, your kin has been blighted
And “British wrongs must be righted”
But in my heart and in “my Breastie”
I’m a “Wee, Sleekit, Cowrin, Tim’rous Beastie
Michael Micmac Mccrory



'Noireen' 'You are my light'

‘You are my light’

I sit in the darkness of my cave
When my world is black
I rant and rave
I shout the blues out of me
I sit in the darkness
So I can see a way
To find my light

I sit alone in company
The darkness still surrounds me
The party is going full tilt
Still I sit like a flower in wilt
I sit in my dark world
Thoughts so black feeling blue
Searching for my light

Even when I sit in the dark alone
I don’t feel completely on my own
There is one thought that always comes through
I can banish the black and blue
When I get thoughts of you
Cos even in my darkest plight
Noireen you are my light

Michael Micmac Mccrory
Michael Micmac Mccrory



'Old Memories, Renewed Love'

‘Old memories; renewed love'

Well I'll be!
Mary Hennessy, ‘That was'
How the hell are you?
Girl you have changed
Two children, both girls
What a lovely surprise
Well I'll be!

Your eyes still sparkle
Yes' oh yes it is me
Yes I got married too
Two children, both boys
It's nice to see you again
I can't believe it's you

How are your family
Partner dead; mine too
Boys all grown, yours also
On my own again; what you as well
A movie, dinner, a drink or two
Mary Hennessy; forty years on

In the chapel of love
The priest asks
Do you take this man
You say you do, me too
Our love will be more beautiful
The second time around

Well I'll be…………………

Michael Micmac Mccrory



'On the couch'


One more ‘session’ on the couch
Another unloading of fears and woes
Talk yourself out of it, you slouch
That is the way forward, history shows
Psychiatrist asks, what do you think?
I don’t know, my thoughts astray
You tell me, you are! The shrink
You must help me chase the blues away
I do not need to be told its stress
I need to know how to rid
I need your pity even less
Do not treat me like a kid
I am in two minds schizophrenic
The good or bad, which mind will I use
The clearheaded or the hallucinogenic
Both my minds open to abuse
One more session on the couch
Another unloading of my fears and woes
Less money in my pouch
Another holiday abroad, off my psychiatrist goes

Michael Micmac Mccrory
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