Maclean Poems - Below
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maclean, fairy, ireland,
there once was a leprechaun named MacLean,
from the emerald isle of green,
a shoemaking faerie,
from county Kerry,
the happiest wee-one ever seen.
November 9th, 2016 10:42am
maclean, hurt, political,
Form: Free verse
this'll be that
which then'll be
a new this.
(for Gloria Muckle MacLean.)
maclean, allegory, fishing, life, memory,
Does the old river still flow and does life
still run through it...
Does the old river still wash away sins
as we knew it...
Are rainbows still made overhead...
enticing trout from bed...
Can you still hear from...Read More
maclean, sports, strength,
James is a former sprinter, visually impaired,
Who suffered disappointment at exclusion,
From the 2012 games because he procured,
A grade three hamstring injury of dissociation.
But he keep going until 2015 though distraught,
So he entered the sporting discipline...Read More
maclean, body, health, international, sports, strength, success, world,
Neil is a para-cyclist who has often paired up with,
One of two people, either Sarah Storey’s husband,
Or Craig MacLean to pedal to gold, it’s his smith,
Having been a track sprinter, built up his hand.
Barney Storey...Read More
Paddy in Green
maclean, drink, green,
There was a man named Paddy Maclean
Who resembled a fat runner bean.
With his mates he got drunk
Then brought up...and he stunk
Like a skunk who was dressed all in green.
Contest: Anything Green
Sponsor: Skat A
maclean, adventure, old, me, old,
Down in old Jimboomba is me old mate Francis H
And he wants to go to the Uni, just to hang around the place,
So I said just get a backhoe to dig a bloody trench,
And swing a door above it,...Read More
A "Hopeless" Diamond (in the Rough)
maclean, history, mysterylost, hope, lost,
French trader Tavernier in a greed-inspired way
Glared at an idol of a temple in Mandalay
Prying a gem from its eye socket, a curse prevailed
Tavernier died bankrupt soon after making the sale
Louis XIV bought the stone, 1668
A gift to his mistress,...Read More