We were in Limerick on Friday night for a party. As designated driver, I had the benefit of an early rising and trip around the area while others slept on.
I had spotted this plaque on the bridge at Ferrybridge, Clarina on the way home from the party. I returned the following morning.
Reading the plaque, shortly before 9.00 on a bright clear Saturday morning, I realised that today was the anniversary of their deaths. It brought a ‘what if’ series of thoughts to mind.
Lusanna chromchinn translates as daffodils but iterally as ‘flowers of the stooped head’ – an appropriate reaction I thought on my way back.