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Where Oscar Rests (A Tribute to Paris).

There’s a tower over there, where lovers propose, And barges filled with tourists, where a famous river flows. An historic painted lady with an enigmatic smile, For now, they’ll take a back seat, as we stop and mourn a while. An Irish wit, a French chanteuse, a US lizard king, Resting for eternity, with millions…

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Karen’s Story – Missouri, formerly Westmeath.

“I always wanted to be a writer, I found it a very glamorous occupation. You know, like Ernest Hemingway, or James Joyce, or the lady in ‘Murder She Wrote’. So, after I finished school, I got a job with our local parish newsletter. Admittedly, it was hardly the New York Times, or the Westmeath Express,…

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Boris’s Story – Longford, now Nebraska.

 “Back in Longford I was obsessed with movies. I particularly loved the so-called ‘Golden Age’ of Hollywood, you know, when the real stars were out there, like Katherine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, James Stewart and Emilio Esteves. It was Emilo who inspired me to become an actor. I’d seen both his films,…

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Simon’s Story (New York City, formerly Donegal).

“When we were kids in County Donegal, we’d have great fun, just running in fields near our houses, playing in the streams, and even when we were naughty, robbing orchards. It’s a bit different in the South Bronx. I’ve been chased by hungry dogs nine times this week, and had my stomach pumped twice after…

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