A Limerick A Day



Dooagh beach, Achill Island,  County Mayo before (top) and after (above) April storms that deposited sand back on its strand for the first time since 1984

For decades they had to beseech
The ocean to give back their beach
Now those in the west
Are finally blessed
And once more their life is a peach

John Moynes

Pic: Achill Island Tourism

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7 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. Yowzah

    that dog has 2 tails.
    Plus the tide is in, in the 1st photo. Surely it should read, “Tide Recedes Revealing Twin Tail Dog Zombie Horror”

      1. dav

        It’s the 1980’s man, there wasn’t any ducks back then, they were shot to feed haughey his dinners in Le Coq Hardi..

  2. Talismania!

    The two pictures were taken from different locations, in the bottom picture you can see the craggy rocks of the top picture off in the far distance. I assume they’re saying that there was no sand anywhere on the strand before the storm, but this looks more doctored to fit the narrative than a Trump Inauguration picture.

    And that dog is a bit strange.

  3. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    As I looked at these pictures today
    I thought it would be fun to say
    The stones mountains, it’s clear
    In the first pic are near
    In the second one they’re far away.

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