Lee in the Mountains

Doing the Lord's Work by Saving the White Race

An Old Woman of the Roads

Thanks to Sam Dickson,

for bringing this poem up

at the 2008ad AMREN Conference,

in advocating a

White Homeland!!!

Irish Poet Padraic Colum. 1881– 1977

An Old Woman of the Roads

O, TO have a little house!
To own the hearth and stool and all!
The heaped up sods upon the fire,
The pile of turf against the wall!
To have a clock with weights and chains 5
And pendulum swinging up and down!
A dresser filled with shining delph,
Speckled and white and blue and brown!
I could be busy all the day
Clearing and sweeping hearth and floor, 10
And fixing on their shelf again
My white and blue and speckled store!
I could be quiet there at night
Beside the fire and by myself,
Sure of a bed and loth to leave 15
The ticking clock and the shining delph!
Och! but I’m weary of mist and dark,
And roads where there’s never a house nor bush,
And tired I am of bog and road,
And the crying wind and the lonesome hush! 20
And I am praying to God on high,
And I am praying Him night and day,
For a little house—a house of my own—
Out of the wind’s and the rain’s way.
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2 responses to “An Old Woman of the Roads

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