THE BALLAD OF BLOODY SUNDAY, DERRY, 30 JANUARY 1972

by Ernest M. Keeling | 28 August 2021
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It is an inalienable instinct as old as the stars that a people have right to their land . Ireland holds the dubious distinction of being Britain's oldest colony. 'The Ballad' is a narrative poem dedicated to Ireland and its people and tells the story of this troubled land under English, then British colonial rule from the 12th century until 'Bloody Sunday', drawing on allegory and mythology. A poem for every Irishman, woman and child, at home or abroad, past and present, the lost generations of the future.
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It is an inalienable instinct as old as the stars that a people have right to their land . Ireland holds the dubious distinction of being Britain's oldest colony. 'The Ballad' is a narrative poem dedicated to Ireland and its people and tells the story of this troubled land under English, then British colonial rule from the 12th century until 'Bloody Sunday', drawing on allegory and mythology. A poem for every Irishman, woman and child, at home or abroad, past and present, the lost generations of the future.
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