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Sunday, 1 November 2009

Table of Contents - School Days Over

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School Days Over

Leaving Certificate Poetry
  • Child of our time 1944
  • The Pomegranate
  • The Shadow Doll 1990
  • The War Horse 1972
  • The Black Lace Fan My Mother Gave Me 1986
  • Love 1994
  • Sonnet 29
  • Sonnet 30
  • Sonnet 60
  • Sonnet 64
  • Sonnet 65
  • Sonnet 73
  • Sonnet 130 for good measure
  • An Amish Rug
  • Last Requests
  • Self Heal (Mayo Monologues III)
  • Poteen
  • Wounds
  • Wreaths
  • When I have fears that I might cease to be 1848
  • Ode to a Nightingale 1819
  • Ode to a Grecian Urn 1819
  • La Belle Dame Sans Merci 1819
  • On first looking into Chapman's Homer 1816
  • Ode to Autumn 1820
  • Twice Shy
  • The Tollund Man
  • A Constable Calls
  • Mossbawn: Sunlight
  • The Harvest Bow
  • The Forge
  • A Prodigal 1952
  • First Death In Nova Scotia 1965
  • At The Fishhouses 1955
  • Sestina 1956
  • The Bight 1949
  • The Fish 1946

A Level Poetry - Utter Filth

GCSE Poetry - T'elf

O Level Poetry
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