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         Ledwidge Francis:     more books (41)
  1. Francis Ledwidge, a Life of the Poet by Alice Curtayne, 1998-01
  2. The Complete Poems of Francis Ledwidge; with Introductions by Lord Dunsany by Francis Ledwidge, Lord Dunsany, 2009-10-11
  3. The complete poems of Francis Ledwidge: With introductions by Francis Ledwidge, 1919
  4. The Best of Francis Ledwidge by Francis Ledwidge, 2004-06-28
  5. Francis Ledwidge: A life of the poet, 1887-1917 by Alice Curtayne, 1972
  6. Francis Ledwidge: The Complete Poems by Francis Ledwidge, 1997-09
  7. The Minstrel Boy: Francis Ledwidge, and the Literature of His Time, Including Six Previously Unpublished Poems by Hubert Dunn, 2006-01
  8. Francis Ledwidge: Selected Poems by Francis Ledwidge, 1999-05
  9. The Complete Poems Of Francis Ledwidge (1919) by Francis Ledwidge, 2010-09-10
  10. Francis Ledwidge: Song of the Blackbird by Elizabeth Cassidy Olson, 2000-12-15
  11. The Ledwidge Treasury: Selected Poems by Francis Ledwidge, 2007-01
  12. Songs of peace by Francis Ledwidge, 2010-08-08
  13. Songs Of The Fields (1916) by Francis Ledwidge, 2010-09-10
  14. Last songs by Francis Ledwidge, 2010-08-16

1. Grace Hazard Conkling: Francis Ledwidge
Francis Ledwidge. By Grace Hazard Conkling. 18781958 1460 a href= http// FrancisLedwidge by Grace Hazard Conkling /a .
Francis Ledwidge
By Grace Hazard Conkling
(Killed in action July 31, 1917)
Nevermore singing
Will you go now,
Wearing wild moonlight
On your brow.
The moon's white mood
In your silver mind
Is all forgotten.
Words of wind
From off the hedgerow
After rain, You do not hear them; They are vain. There is a linnet Craves a song, And you returning Before long. Now who will tell her, Who can say On what great errand You are away? You whose kindred Were hills of Meath, Who sang the lane-rose From her sheath, What voice will cry them The grief at dawn Or say to the blackbird You are gone? DayPoems Poem No. 1460 The DayPoems Poetry Collection, Timothy Bovee, editor Poets Poems

2. Ledwidge
Francis Ledwidge (18911917). Texts. A blackbird singing Head; A blackbirdsinging on a moss upholster'd stone Head (A blackbird singing);
Francis Ledwidge (1891-1917)
  • A blackbird singing: Head
  • A blackbird singing on a moss upholster'd stone : Head ( A blackbird singing
  • Beloved: Head Nothing but sweet music wakes my Beloved
  • Desire in Spring: Gurney
  • I love the cradle-songs the mothers sing : Gurney ( Desire in Spring
  • Nocturne: Head The rim of the moon is over the corn
  • Nothing but sweet music wakes my Beloved : Head ( Beloved
  • The rim of the moon is over the corn : Head ( Nocturne
  • The ships of Arcady: Head
  • Thro' the faintest filigree, o-ver the dim waters go : Head ( The ships of Arcady
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3. Francis Ledwidge Books
Francis Ledwidge Books. Songs Of Peace By Francis Ledwidge (author), Lord Dunsany(author). The Complete Poems Of Francis Ledwidge By Francis Ledwidge.
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Francis Ledwidge. Francis Albert Sinatra Antonio Carlos Jobim ORIGINAL RECORDINGREMASTERED. Songs of peace. Francis Ledwidge Song of the Blackbird.
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5. Cashel Of Co.Kerry
Francis ledwidge francis Ledwidge A Life of the Poet, Alice Curtayne,1972. Sources yet to be consulted TCD Ms 1217 has 17th cent.

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Mark Humphrys History Family History My ancestors - Cashel
Cashel of Co.Kerry
(Probably of Tralee or nearby) I descend from the Cashel family, who descend from the Blennerhassett family of Ireland, though from what branch is not clear. This is my possible connection to the western family tree. See graph summary of the evidence so far.
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    • Miscellaneous
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    • Francis Ledwidge:
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      • [TCD] Ms 1217 has 17th cent. genealogy of Cashell family

6. Books By Author
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7. Ledwidge
Francis Ledwidge, 18871917. As he points out in the liner notes, much ofthis new album is an inspiration by the poetry of Francis Ledwidge.
Francis Ledwidge, 1887-1917
Michael has created a masterpiece in his new CD release titled "Behind the Closed Eye". As he points out in the liner notes, much of this new album is an inspiration by the poetry of Francis Ledwidge. Michael states that " beneath the gentle surface of Ledwidge's work runs a direct line to the ancient nature poets of Ireland, where beautiful, natural imagery conceals a poetic truth ." For those of us unfamiliar with the many great poets of Eire, I have come up with some history on Ledwidge and would like to share it with you all. Hopefully this will give a better insight into the man who helped inspire Michael in composing this new CD. And for those of you who have not had the oppurtunity to hear the new CD yet, by all means, get it. A delightful treat, as usual. The following is an excerpt from the Irish Times in which a story was written on the celebration of Ledwidge's death 80 years ago. The story is titled "An Irishman's Diary" by Tom Farrell: Grocer's apprentice Francis Ledwidge was born outside the village of Slane on August 19th, 1887, the second youngest in a family of four brothers and three sisters born to Anne and Patrick Ledwidge. He left school at 14 and his first recorded poem

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9. Ledwidge
Francis Ledwidge 1891 1917. An Evening in England. From its blue vasethe rose of evening drops; Upon the streams its petals float away.
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10. Francis Lewidge - Welcome To Ledwidge Site
Irish poet killed at Ypres. Includes information on his life, some texts and sections on his home Category Arts Literature Authors L ledwidge, francis...... 19/09/2000 NEW PAGES -. Summary availablein several languages. You are visitor nr.
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11. Untitled Document
francis ledwidge Cottage Slane's own francis ledwidge was born in Slane in 1887 and raised in a small cottage that survives today as Ireland's only "poet's cottage" museum.
Francis Ledwidge Cottage Slane's own Francis Ledwidge was born in Slane in 1887 and raised in a small cottage that survives today as Ireland's only "poet's cottage" museum. The cottage is situated about half a mile east of the Village on the left hand side of the Drogheda Road (N51). The cottage was purchased through the tremendous efforts of local volunteers, including Pearl Baxter, as well as through donations obtained through cousins in the States. The cottage has four small rooms including some original and period furnishings in the bedroom and kitchen. The cottage evokes the simple life of the rural Irish while the displays of original manuscripts and the poetry itself proclaim the transcendence of one man's thought in verse. It is proof that humble surroundings, close family and day laborer's work can be the forge of a great soul. Ellie Vaughey Francis Ledgwidge wrote from a young age and at one point his work was recognized as brilliant by Lord Dunsany who became his patron. Lord Dunsany introduced Ledwidge to the Dublin Literary circle and he had his first volume of Fifty poems, entitled Songs of the Field , published in 1915. His poems celebrated nature, quiet mornings before dawn and his love for Ellie Vaughey.

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13. Poets' Corner - Francis Ledwidge - Thomas MacDonagh
francis ledwidge. Index to poems in the collection by francis ledwidge

14. Francis Ledwidge -To One Dead
THOMAS McDONAGH, F.ledwidge, 5 May 1916. Among the leaders of the rebellionin Dublin were some close friends to francis ledwidge.
THOMAS McDONAGH H e shall not hear the bittern cry
In the wild sky, where he is lain,
Nor voices of the sweeter birds,
Above the wailing of the rain. N or shall he know when loud March blows
Thro' slanting snows her fanfare shrill,
Blowing to flame the golden cup
Of many an upset daffodil. B ut when the Dark Cow leaves the moor
And pastures poor with greedy weeds
Perhaps he'll hear her low at morn
Lifting her horn in pleasant meads. THOMAS McDONAGH, F.Ledwidge, 5 May 1916.
Among the leaders of the rebellion in Dublin were some close friends to Francis Ledwidge. Francis was shocked to hear that they were executed in the Richmond barracks, where he had his training as a soldier. He wrote this poem to the memory of his fellow poet Thomas McDonagh. Last updated 3/12/1999 - jAycEE

15. Tales Of War
Online text of this book of short stories published in 1918, which include The Road written in memory of the poet francis ledwidge.
Tales of War
by Lord Dunsany
Tales of War was first published in 1918 and the text is in the public domain. The transcription was done by William McClain A printed version of this book is available from Sattre Press . It includes a new introduction and a photograph of the author. The Prayer of the Men of Daleswood He said: ``There were only twenty houses in Daleswood. A place you would scarcely have heard of. A village up top of the hills. ``When the war came there was no more than thirty men there between sixteen and forty-five. They all went. ``They all kept together; same battalion, same platoon. They was like that in Daleswood. Used to call the hop pickers foreigners, the ones that come from London. They used to go past Daleswood, some of them, every year, on their way down to the hop fields. Foreigners they used to call them. Kept very much to themselves, did the Daleswood people. Big woods all round them. ``Very lucky they was, the Daleswood men. They'd lost no more than five killed and a good sprinkling of wounded. But all the wounded was back again with the platoon. This was up to March when the big offensive started. ``It came very sudden. No bombardment to speak of. Just a burst of Tok Emmas going off all together and lifting the front trench clean out of it; then a barrage behind, and the Boche pouring over in thousands. `Our luck is holding good,' the Daleswood men said, for their trench wasn't getting it at all. But the platoon on their right got it. And it sounded bad too a long way beyond that. No one could be quite sure. But the platoon on their right was getting it: that was sure enough.

16. Francis Ledwidge
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Songs of the Fields, Francis Ledwidge

17. Francis Lewidge - Main Page
francis ledwidge was born in the very heart of Ireland, where the High Kings of Tara ruled.
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18. First World - Prose & Poetry - Francis Ledwidge
Prose Poetry francis ledwidge Updated - Thursday, 7 March, 2002.francis ledwidge (1887-1917), the Irish nationalist and poet
Updated - Thursday, 7 March, 2002 Francis Ledwidge (1887-1917), the Irish nationalist and poet, was born in Slane on 19 August 1887 the son of a poor labourer. Leaving school at the age of 14 he worked in various manual labour positions while developing a love for and honing his own poetical talents. It was in 1911 that Ledwidge first received notable recognition for his poetry. Having sent a collection of his poems to well-known author Lord Dunsany he received a favourable response, Dunsany assuming the role of mentor to Ledwidge, introducing him to the Dublin literary scene. Although possessing moderate Irish nationalist views Ledwidge nevertheless signed up with the British Army - the Irish Volunteers in October 1914 - to serve in France and Flanders during World War One, on the basis that it was unreasonable to expect others to fight for the freedoms that he would later enjoy. Despite his initial reluctance to enlist he nevertheless argued that his service with the British during World War One was in no way incompatible with his nationalist views: rather, he believed he was furthering the cause of Irish independence from Britain. One year after war began, in 1915, and while serving abroad on active duty Ledwidge saw an initial volume of fifty of his poems published as

19. First World - Encyclopaedia Of World War I - L
League of Nations Woodrow Wilson on, 1919. Le Cateau, Battle of. ledwidge, francis.Leefe-Robinson, William. Le Hamel, Battle of. Leman, Ernst. Leman, Gerard.
Encyclopaedia of World War I: L
Updated - Sunday, 9 March, 2003 This area of the website provides an A-Z listing of First World War terms, personalities, biographical sketches, battles, weaponry, etc. All material listed by category elsewhere in the site is contained within this section. Conversely many articles are solely listed within the encyclopaedia given that they do not sit comfortably within any existing category. The encyclopaedia is grouped alphabetically. This page lists entries grouped under the letter 'L'. Labor's Service to Freedom - Samuel Gompers (1917) Lacaze, Marie-Jean-Lucien Laddie in Khaki - Robert Carr (Song 1915) Lafayette Escadrille ... Lyddite
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