Hip Hops: Erin Go Blagh, or a timeless St. Paddy’s Day reminder
Now and in time to be, Wherever green is worn, Are changed, changed utterly: A terrible beauty is born. William Butler Yeats wrote the poem Easter, 1916 as a personal response to his mixed feelings in the aftermath of the Easter Rising, which set into motion a chain of events culminating in the establishment of an independent Irish Republic. Obviously there is far greater depth to Irish history than just these tumultuous events more than a century ago, and although mil ......Read more