Seamus Heaney, yet another Irish Nobel Prize winner, is a tremendous loss to world literature. It is sad he should have died relatively young. Virginia Disney Connell | Sep 30, 2013 6:41:00 PM
My sincere condolences go to the family of the gifted Seamus Heaney.
The world has the privilege to continue enjoying his illustrious words while his family must find comfort in them.
Paula Farquharson | Sep 24, 2013 1:30:00 PM
Ar Shéamus Ó hÉanaigh thar ceann na hUa Cheallaigh Nua-Eabhraic, atá scaipthe anois ar fud an domhain. Tá sé ar Shlí na Fírinne anois, ach cad a dúirt a mhuintir féin i mBaile Eachaidh, a shráidbhaile féin sa Co. Doire? Bhí am aige do gach aon duine. D’oibrigh sé do athmhuintearas sa Tuaisceart. Bhí grá agus gean ag an mhuintir dó. Ba dhuine é de mhuintir na háite seo. Ní dhearna sé riamh dearmad orainn. An fear céanna I gcónaí a bhí cairdiúil le gach duine. D’fhág sé oidhreacht iontach againn ní amháin i bhfilíocht. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
About Séamus Heaney on behalf of the Kellys of New York, who are now scattered around the world. He’s on the Way of Truth now, but what did his own people say in Bellaghy, his own village in Co. Derry? He had time for everybody. He worked for reconciliation in the North. The people had love and affection for him. He was a man of the people of this place. He never forgot us. Always the same man who was friendly to all. He left us a wonderful heritage not just in poetry. May his soul be at the right hand of God.
on behalf of the Kelly family of New York. Jerry Kelly | Sep 19, 2013 3:39:00 PM
Love the web site - Looking forward to visiting soon.
Ronan D Molloy. Ronan | May 2, 2013 4:52:00 PM
I really enjoyed the last lecture. It was a great time.
Thanks to all of you. Abdel | Apr 25, 2013 2:25:00 PM
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