Back to the North: Inishowen
A amazing poem by a talented writer. Please read and enjoy.
It is ten years since my last visit toInishowen Peninsula. Last summer I was close, and you can read about that trip in my Dark Hedges, Giant Causeway and Rope bridge blogs. This time I had different plans, none of which worked out. Well, except for the main reason why I went to Inishowen, so let’s call it a business trip then – a magic business trip, to be precise 🙂 I will share the details next week after going through my photographs galore, but in this blog I just want to share a sad song that mentions Inishowen, because yes, I am very sad, and I want to go back.
You maidens of beauty, I’m a swain that’s forlorning,
I carelessly wandered away from my home,
I am off by the moonlight and day break of morning,
I am found in the mountains of dark Inishowen.
I strayed a place that they…
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