The End of the Evening, William A. Breakspeare.

The End of the Evening, William A. Breakspeare.

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A Sail - Lisa Hannigan

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“Donegal people, as recent referendums have shown, are known for their streak of devilment; unafraid to go against the grain. A geographical remoteness in Ireland’s poorest county has seen its folk need to be, in a way, indigenous. McGuinness encapsulates those traits and that’s what has endeared him to the people of Donegal. He was and is one of them, celebrating in their multiple victories and manning up after the sporadic defeats. Now, following his departure, a huge void remains. As well as being an intelligent, engaging, controversial and revolutionary manager, Donegal have lost a leader.”


View of Paris from Montmartre, Vincent van Gogh.

View of Paris from Montmartre, Vincent van Gogh.

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Diamonds and Rust - Joan Baez (live, 1977)

“Her heart sank into her shoes as she realized at last how much she wanted him. No matter what his past was, no matter what he had done. Which was not to say that she would ever let him know, but only that he moved her chemically more than anyone she had ever met, that all other men seemed pale beside him.”

F. Scott Fitzgerald, A New Leaf. 

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