Can You Make Hope And History Rhyme?



Never mind.

Try this…

Therese Caherty  writes:

Poets Louis de Paor and Catherine Ann Cullen, along with veteran arts critic Ciaran Carty are the judges for the international Thomas MacDonagh poetry competition to be launched in Dublin today
Organised by Reclaim the Vision of 1916, the competition invites original entries of not more than 30 lines, not previously published, including on social media, on the theme ‘The Vision of 1916: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow’.
The author of the winning poem will receive a €1,000 prize and a medallion (above), designed by artist Robert Ballagh, of the poet and 1916 Rising leader, Thomas MacDonagh. The second and third prize winners will receive €500 and €250 respectively.
Entrants must be aged over 16, can be living in Ireland or abroad and, in keeping with the vision of 1916, are particularly welcome from Ireland’s new communities full details of entry requirements are at link below Entries can be in English, Irish or any language commonly used in Ireland today (with English translation).

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2 thoughts on “Can You Make Hope And History Rhyme?

  1. Cool_hand_lucan

    There once was a man named Pearse;
    Who thought the English too fierce;
    He picked up a gun;
    Caused damage by the tonne;
    And ended up in a hearse

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