A POEM A DAY - HIDDEN DOORS


I came across many places in Ireland where peoples' desire for all things fairy was reflected in fairy gardens, trails and parks. I am sure this commercial response to part of the rich folklore of Ireland is enjoyed by many visitors and their children. I was happy enjoying the natural spirit of the countryside and the fascinating ancient sites but found myself surprisingly moved by the 'fairy doors' hidden in the Cnoc Meadha woods. They are all home made, many look like they were decorated by children and they showed an innocence that seemed completely at home with their natural setting, in the beautiful Knockma woods.  





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