#1
Not Irish in any way but feeling something Irish today:

Oh woe! Ho! What troubles here today!
Of wind and rain and snowy gusts that sorely pang away!
Of torments, trials, and struggles we’ve all but nearly seen.
Of men with guns and broken clubs, who’d gladly swing at thee.
Of ancient blood that now does soil this gold and greenish earth.
And gladly whittles away the conscience, demanding a new birth.
A nation torn by blood, yet bound by that same strength.
Elation found in such a victory, a cost of immeasurable gain.
Cry out, Ireland! Oh Ireland! Has Christ forsaken thee?
Or merely shifted his own view on Christianity?
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-Fender American 1962 Stratocaster Reissue
-1984 Marshall JCM 800 2204
-Ibanez Wh-10 Original
-Boss DS-2 Distortion
-Boss CE-5 Chorus
#2
I'm Irish and I approve of this haha. Though I dunno how relevant it is; we don't have many guns, broken clubs or mass blood spillages here nowadays and snow is a rarity. But I did read it in the Irish tune.
#3
I've been reading a lot of irish history and mythology so it was like supposed to be a song for back then lol
My Gear:
-Fender American 1962 Stratocaster Reissue
-1984 Marshall JCM 800 2204
-Ibanez Wh-10 Original
-Boss DS-2 Distortion
-Boss CE-5 Chorus