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Galway
   is a breed of   
Sheep
Galway
   is hobo slang for   
A Priest
'Fergus Falling' by Galway Kinnell
   has the opening lines   
He Climbs to the Top of One of Those Million White Pines...
Set out across the emptying pastures of the fifties ... Born 1927, Kinnell lives and works in Vermont and New York City
'After Making Love We Hear Footsteps' by Galway Kinnell
   has the opening lines   
For I Can Snore Like a Bullhorn or Play Loud Music...
or sit up talking with any reasonably sober Irishman
"what, Anyway, Was That Sticky Infusion, That Rank Flavor of Blood, That Poetry by Which I Lived?"
   are the closing lines of   
The Bear by Galway Kinnell
1927-
"where Even Now an Old Fisherman Only the Pine Tops Can See Sits in the Dry Gray Wood of His Rowboat, Waiting for Pickerel"
   are the closing lines of   
Fergus Falling by Galway Kinnell
"This One Whom Habit of Memory Propels to the Ground of His Making, Sleeper Only the Mortal Sounds Can Sing Awake, This Blessing Love Gives Again Into Our Arms"
   are the closing lines of   
After Making Love We Hear Footsteps by Galway Kinnell
Galway Bay
   is located in   
Republic of Ireland
Galway
   is found in   
Connaught
Galway City
Maroon and White
   represent   
Galway
_____ Bay
   -   
Galway
Bing Crosby and many others
Galway and Kilmacduagh
   is situated in   
Ireland
"and Above Me a Wild Crow Crying 'yaw Yaw Yaw' from a Branch Nothing Cried from Ever in My Life"
   are the closing lines of   
How Many Nights by Galway Kinnell
Galway
      

Maroon and White
James Galway
   is known as a   
Musician
Floutist
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
The Bear
"In late winter I sometimes glimpse bits of steam coming up from some fault in the old snow"
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
The Sadness of Brothers
"He comes to me like a mouth speaking from under several inches of water"
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
Fergus Falling
"He climbed to the top of one of those million white pines"
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
After Making Love We Hear Footsteps
"For I can snore like a bullhorn or play loud music"
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
St Francis and the Sow
"The bud stands for all things, even for those things that don't flower"
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
Blackberry Eating
"I love to go out in late September among the fat, overripe, icy, blackberries"
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
The Fly
"The fly I've just brushed from my face keeps buzzing about me, flesh-eater starved for the soul"
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
The Porcupine
"Fatted on herbs, swollen on crabapples, puffed up on bast and phloem"
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
How Many Nights
"...have I lain in terror, O Creator Spirit, Maker of night and day"
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
Why Regret?
Didn't you like the way the ants help the peony globes open by eating off the glue?"
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
The Book of Nightmares
1971
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
Strong Is Your Hold
2008
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
Imperfect Thirst
1996
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
The Avenue Bearing the Initial of Christ Into the New World
Poems, 1953-1964
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
Body Rags
1968
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
Mortal Acts Mortal Words
1980
Galway Kinnell
   wrote   
Lackawanna Elegy
Poems by Yvan Goll; translated with a preface
Selected Poems
   was written by   
Galway Kinnell
Houghton Mifflin, 1983
George Tsontakis
   composed   
Galway Kinnell Songs
For mezzo-soprano, string quartet, and piano, 1987
Viscount Galway
   was Governor General from   
1935 - 1941
12/04/1935 - 03/02/1941 Monarch George VIII, Prime Minister Michael Joseph Savage. Awarded the GCMG, DSO, BE, PC.






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