sunny day

A Sunny Day Near Mexico

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A Sunny Day Near Mexico by Colin O’Shea

This is a collection of poetry produced by an Irish Uncle and Nephew
combination.
Book 1- ‘A Sunny Day Near Mexico’, was written by the Uncle part of
the duo, Terry Adams. In his previous poetry books Terry grouped his poems
into Family, Social and Mind Sections. This time sections on Soul, Alcohol,
Birds / Leaves and Gallipoli Cemeteries discovered on the island of Limnos,
Greece, are added.

Born in Tullamore, Co. Offaly, Ireland, Terry has lived for the past
twenty-four years in Luxembourg city. He has written books of poetry, short
stories and novels.
Book 2 – ‘Poems from Home’ was written by the Nephew part of this
dynamic duo, Colin O’Shea. Colin’s poems cover a range of topics, starting
with a loving description of the life and times of his departed sheep dog, Shorty,
delving into the vagrancies of the Kerry weather, and finishing with poems
posing serious questions on life and living.

Colin was born and raised in Tahilla, Co. Kerry, Ireland. He presently
lives and works in Kenmare. This is Colin’s first appearance in print. It will not be his last.

 

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A Sunny Day Near Mexico by Colin O’Shea

This is a collection of poetry produced by an Irish Uncle and Nephew
combination.
Book 1– ‘A Sunny Day Near Mexico’, was written by the Uncle part of
the duo, Terry Adams. In his previous poetry books Terry grouped his poems
into Family, Social and Mind Sections. This time sections on Soul, Alcohol,
Birds / Leaves and Gallipoli Cemeteries discovered on the island of Limnos,
Greece, are added.

Born in Tullamore, Co. Offaly, Ireland, Terry has lived for the past
twenty-four years in Luxembourg city. He has written books of poetry, short
stories and novels.
Book 2 – ‘Poems from Home’ was written by the Nephew part of this
dynamic duo, Colin O’Shea. Colin’s poems cover a range of topics, starting
with a loving description of the life and times of his departed sheep dog, Shorty,
delving into the vagrancies of the Kerry weather, and finishing with poems
posing serious questions on life and living.

Colin was born and raised in Tahilla, Co. Kerry, Ireland. He presently
lives and works in Kenmare. This is Colin’s first appearance in print. It will not be his last.