This Poem was Submitted By: Ronda Michelle Nelson On Date: 2001-03-09 19:52:12 . . . Click Here To Mail this Poem to a Friend!

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Celtic Heart

Dance me Irish fiddle emerald dream's distant shore. Answers in toe tap your riddle yearns my celtic heart for more. Gaelic pipes blow the winds haunting voices of celtic stir. Chillish notions surface my skin internal combusts begs your lure. Dance me away.... Uilleann pipes entice my soul snaky like cobra charmed. To a bodhran beat I follow jigs a "two step" home. My heart lies with you in a melody of melodies it sings. Passion strings pipes and flutes spreads my heart it's celtic wings. You waltzed Appalachian trails from old worlds to the new. When upon my ancestors set sail away the foggy glens for skies blue. Now tis' the days of late generations apart from pioneers of old, but still rests with us thier gift of dance and song from hearts told.

Copyright © March 2001 Ronda Michelle Nelson

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