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    William Allingham. by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1945 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XX, No. 2, pp. 34-38, April-June, 1945
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    Review of Thomas Davis, 1814-45. A centenary address, by T. W. Moody. by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1946 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XXI, Ser. New, No. 1, pp. 64-66, January-March, 1946
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    Voyage: a poem beginning "This last October working to a day of sun" by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1930 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. V, Ser. New, No. 1, p. 2, January-March, 1930
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    The tryst: a poem beginning "No moisture in the pond of petals" by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1930 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. V, Ser. New, No. 1, pp. 3-6, January-March, 1930
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    We will go back if may be for a little while: a poem beginning with the same first line by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1931 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. VI, No. 1, p. 3, January-March, 1931
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    Truce: a poem beginning "Till to-day that wind is wanting" by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1931 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. VI, No. 1, p. 4, January-March, 1931
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    Lift up thy voice: a poem beginning "Lift up thy voice in Ossian's land" by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1932 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. VII, No. 2, p. 5, April-June, 1932
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    Red tendrilled ivy spray: a poem with the same first line by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1932 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. VII, No. 2, p. 6, April-June, 1932
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    To a horse to gallop: a poem beginning "Start, thunder-maker". by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1937 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XII, No. 3, pp. 8-9, July-September, 1937
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    The salmon pool: a poem beginning "The woods here have made a solitude". by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1937 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XII, No. 3, p. 9, July-September, 1937
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    William Maginn. by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XIII, No. 3, pp. 43-51, July-Sept., Letter re above, from C. A. Maginn, Vol. XIII, No. 4, pp. 86-8, Oct-Dec., 1938
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    Hawk: a poem beginning "White in memory like a sky -". by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1941 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XVI, No. 4, pp. 1-4, October,-December, 1941
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    The metre of free verse. by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1943 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XVIII, No. 2, pp. 18-27, April-June, 1943
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    Who have devoured the scroll of the heavens: a poem beginning "Who has beheld the Viking sunrise". by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1943 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XVIII, No. 3, pp. 2-3, July-September, 1943
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    On the nature of inspiration and the genesis of poetry. by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1944 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XVIV, No. 2, pp. 27-32, April-June, 1944
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    Owl: a poem beginning "It was the owl that cried". by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1944 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XVIV, No. 3, p. 1, July-September, 1944
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    Spring's saturnalia crowned: a poem beginning "Over the ground the whiteness of decay". by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1944 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XVIV, No. 3, p. 2, July-September, 1944
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    Curlew: a poem beginning "Curlew that call in the dark, and call in the light all day". by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1944 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XVIV, No. 3, p. 3, July-September, 1944
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    Autumn poem beginning "Smaller and slower growths of herb". by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1945 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XX, No. 1, pp. 1-7, January-March, 1945
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    Linota rufescens: a poem beginning "So here we meet - after long seeking -". by Donaghy, J. Lyle

    Published: 1945 “…Donaghy, J. Lyle…”
    Citation: The Dublin magazine, Vol. XX, No. 2, p. 1, April-June, 1945
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