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Mother Ireland
 
Ray O'Connor

 

Irish Men and Women who have suffered both Physically and Mentally and all kinds of other ways at the Hands of the unbelievable sadistic Brits. I am just one person living alone and faraway from your troubles.

 

My heart aches for you and I know the hard ship you have suffered and are suffering at this moment.

 

If you wore the blanket it was made of Irish Linen.

 

When you felt the pain and hunger and were de moralized Mother Ireland was there for you.

 

She still is.

 

I personally am so proud of you. Idir anam is chorp.

 

God Bless Ireland and you as well.

 

Slan.

 

 

 

 

 

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