The cliffs of moher

Poem by Joni Caggiano on September 23, 2021 – Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com


leaves of many colors mingle to disperse
a steaming bowl of porridge to feed the craving earth
rain turns directions, as limestone clenches sea flowers
our love flying with the peregrine falcons by the cliffs of moher
using night writing, molds of movement, on the blanket we once did share

83 thoughts on “The cliffs of moher

    1. Oh thank you so much Francisco your words mean the world to me. I would love to see this incredibly lovely place. So much of the world is still so beautiful. Sending love to you both my friend. Hugs and prayers too. ❤️🤗🦋💕🌸

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    1. Oh thank you my dear precious Holly. I would so love to go to Ireland. Please be safe you are in my prayers daily you hero and talented poet. Love ❤️ you and thank you for what you do every day. Bless you. 🤗❤️👩‍⚕️🩺🏥

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    1. Thank you so much Allan. Oh my gosh I can’t believe what it would be like to look at that beautiful piece of this earth and several times. That is such a blessing to see, it is like a paradise. You two have a great Friday. Love ❤️ Joni

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      1. Your so sweet. How about I give you my promise to stay sane. We are living in crazy times my friend and we all know it we are just sick of hearing about it. I follow an amazing nurse and we all need to be thankful for the Doctors and nurses because they are really taking a lot of hard knocks right now. Thank you Tim and I will. xoxoxox Joni

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      2. Wow I was just talking about firefighters and what amazing heros they are. You must be so proud I know I would be. Please tell him thanks for us. That is amazing. Bless his heart. That takes real courage. I am really afraid of fire. Xoxoxo 🤗❤️💕🦋

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  1. Oh my, what a tapestry you weave with your lovely words, dear Joni. So well expressed. I always get so much love from your words, they drip with it. Beautiful way to start my day. Much love to you. ❤🤗❤🤗

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    1. You are such a sweetheart and what poet doesn’t love it when someone says something so sweet about your work. You made my afternoon. Thank you for reading and your kind support. Sending love, you and your family please be safe. 🤗❤️🦋

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    1. Thank you Tim. I loved this photo and Pexels didn’t have the name of the photographer on the picture. I always make sure to remember to follow them and would never not include their names. My poems always have the photographers name under the photo. I just can’t afford to pay for my photography. I wish I could, it would be a way of giving back to the community. Hugs you two. Have a wild but safe weekend. Love ❤️ Joni

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    1. Great question my friend. The body of a falcon is slim and eagle has a really wide chest. Falcons have very long and pointed wings. The eagle has broad and more rounded wings. Also a real interesting fact, the falcon is the fasted animal that exist. The peregrine falcon can fly up to 240 miles per hour. Fascinating birds and they can be found within the cliffs of moher. Sending love ❤️ Joni 🤗❤️💕

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      1. Wow, thank you for sharing this. Probably they are the biggest bird in the world. LOL. I have to look it up in google, but I tend to be lazy during the weekend. All the loves and hugs for you. For some reason, my WP browser refuses to let me do little heart icons or any icons at all. Sending many hearts and many smiles to you.

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      2. Hello my friend. You sweet comment ended up in the wrong file, don’t ask me how this happens as I still don’t understand. You are most welcome for the information, I thought it was interesting too. Many of us use our phones and go to the reader and then you can use all the hearts and hug emojis you want too. You are such a sweet heart. Hugs and love my friend and hope you have an amazing weekend. Joni

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  2. Cliffs of Moher is a beautiful place Joni and this is a beautiful poem! 😁😁Bravo!! 👏👏 I’ll be moving to a new blog: kenhume31.wordpress.com later today and deleting this one. I’d love if you’d come on over to my new blog and give us a follow?! 😁 Thanks in advance!

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    1. Thank you Ken for the heads up. I wrote your address down and will try it right now. I enjoy reading your work. Thank you for your kind comment too. I would love to see the Cliffs of Moher. The earth is such a beautiful creation if we could just realize how precious. Sending hugs and love ❤️ Joni

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      1. That sounds wonderful Brenda. How lovely. You have an amazing visit sweetie. Keep working on that book. You are a very talented writer. Sending hugs and love. ❤️🤗💕🦋

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    1. Oh thank you so much Button. Your words touch my heart. Thank you so much for this very kind comment. That falcon can fly over 200 miles an hour. I would so love to go to Ireland. Love ❤️ Honeybun 💕💝🤗❤️💕😘

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      1. Oh I would so love to go to Ireland. You have traveled so much. It is wonderful that you have. I am sending you lots of love and many hugs dear Button. Love honeybun ❤️🤗💕🦋💝💕🤗

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    1. Hello my friend in the Triangle. Thank you for your very kind comment. These comments did not end up in the right place. It is a very nice one too. Thank you. I loved that beautiful image, I agree the photographer did an amazing job. Several of my friends have been to Ireland and visited the Cliffs of Moher in person. I would love to go. Hope you are having an amazing week. Again, sorry this did not show up where it should have. Sending some hugs, Joni

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  3. Wow Joni, I can’t figure out if your words or your picture is better but one thing is certain that are a match for the sense and delight the soul my dear friend. Beautiful job my friend from closer than far. 💖💖

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