'Would you ever think of coming home?'

Why the emptiness of the emigrant's baggage can weigh heavily at times... A poem I wrote about the hardest part of going 'home' when you live half a world away (published in The Irish Times):

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Comment by Totally Irish Gifts on September 4, 2016 at 9:37am

That's beautifully sad, it is something my mother often says to my two sisters, one in Australia and one in the U.S.


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