Part 14 - OCL P29 Lennon Page 14

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IE OCL P29/14


OCL P29 Lennon Page 14


  • 1921 (Creation)

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Verse from Internee No 832, James Donegan, No 9 Tent B Company:

'O would the God above
Send down a dove with wings as sharp as razors
To cut the throat of those English dogs,
That shot our Irish leaders'

Also a joke from Thomas McGivinchy: 'Happy is the man who sits on a wasp's nest, for he shall rise again.'

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