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Lovely County Carlow 1.jpg
Location: County Carlow
The poem takes us for a ramble through County Carlow places of beauty and leisure.

Molly Asthore 3.jpg
Location: County Carlow
A lament for lost love. Ogle wrote this for Ms Molly Moore from County Carlow, who he later married.

My Carlowman, J. McDermott.jpg
Location: County Carlow
Ms. McDermott rejoices in knowing her Carlowman.

My County Carlow Home, Luke Morrissey.MP3
Location: County Carlow
The song carries the voice of the emigrant, remembering his roots and longing to return someday.

My Half Ounce of Tay, T. Lynch.jpg
Location: County Carlow
Tommy gives flesh to the old Irish adage: 'Marbh le tae, agus marbh gan tae'.

My Lovely Carlow home 1.jpg
Location: County Carlow

Prince of Gaelic football, J. Candy.jpg
Location: County Carlow
Andy Murphy of Tinryland, Carlow and leinster football fame is remembered in this poem by John Candy

Returning to Carlow, J. Candy.jpg
Location: County Carlow
John adopts the persona of the exile who exults in returning home to the place of his youth.

Road to Sweet Athy 1.jpg
Location: County Carlow
Tommy marks the excitement of the great era of Carlow football in the 1940s.

Roving Journeyman 1.jpg
Location: Carlow County
The story of a young 'buck' who has a rakish attitude towards the girls and their interest in him.
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