art Ballyconneely Coast depicts the beach area south of Clifden and north of Roundstone. It is a place where one can feel very much alone. You can imagine that human companionship is cherished. It is painted on slate off an old derelict schoolhouse located east of Kilgarvan (built in 1825). The poem was written December 21, 1997.

Music: The Bard of Armagh

Ballyconneely Coast

There is a place along the Ballyconneely coast
Where sand beaches are more yellow than most
It turns the shallow blue waters translucent green
Just beyond which, the purple kelp can be seen
Further out to sea, the waters are deep blue
A scene that beckons me to walk the sands with you
A scene most often peaceful and tranquil
With mad-gray clouds ever poised to do Godís will


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