Seasons

Spring Time

It is the nicest time of year

With Easter drawing near

The days are getting longer

And Spring will soon be here.

A time of year to reflect

On what is past and gone,

With a constant wish for happiness

For the New Year just begun.

 

The Winter long is passing by

T’will soon be at an end

So time to think of days ahead

And what this change will bring.

We look forward to the sun

And blue skies overhead

To banish all our Winter blues

There’ll be bright days here instead.

 

We see signs of nature,

they all around us ring

The fields get greener, lambs appear

and birds begin to sing.

The miracle is taking place

around us all today,

To let us know that God himself

Is with us on our way.

So at Easter time we celebrate

The greatest Feast of all –

The rising of our Saviour

He did it for us all.

And we thank the Lord with all our hearts

For being the chosen few

As we wait for Easter day to dawn

And the blessings that ensue.

Lost Time

Timothy took his time to school,

Plenty of time he took,

But some he lost at the tadpole pool,

And some at the stickle-back brook,

Ever so much at the Linnets Nest,

And more at the five barred gate,

Timothy took his time to school,

But he lost it all and was late

 

Timothy has a lot to do,

How shall it all be done?

Why he never got home ‘til close on two,

Though he should have been back by one,

There’s sums, writing and spelling too,

And an apple tree to climb,

Timothy has a lot to do,

How shall he find the time?

 

Timothy sought it high and low,

He looked in the tadpole pool,

To see if he’d taken the time to grow,

That he lost on the way to school,

He found the nest, he found the tree,

And he found the gate he’d crossed,

But timothy never could find – ah no,

The time that Timothy lost.

 

 

Cuirt on Deabhail

 

Tharla se gar go Maighcuillin ag an ait a thugtar 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This page was added on 10/05/2011.

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