A bronze depiction of poet Patrick Kavanagh sits by the Grand Canal in Dublin, Ireland. It was inspired by Kavanagh’s poem about the canal: “O commemorate me where there is water, canal water preferably, so stilly greeny at the heart of summer.”
A bronze depiction of poet Patrick Kavanagh sits by the Grand Canal in Dublin, Ireland. It was inspired by Kavanagh’s poem about the canal: “O commemorate me where there is water, canal water preferably, so stilly greeny at the heart of summer.”
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published Saturday, May 3rd, 2014
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