Friday, April 18, 2014
A crucifixion scene from a grave stone in the ruins of Tulsk Dominician Friary, Co Roscommon. More about this site here.
Three poems for this day, two well-known, Good Friday, 1613. Riding Westward by John Donne (1572 – 1631), and Easter Wings by George Herbert (1593–1633) and the less well-known, Good Friday, by Scottish poet, Edwin Morgan (1920 – 2010).
Posted by Michael Farry at 12:07 PM
Labels: 1613 Riding Westward; John Donne; Easter Wings by George Herbert; Edwin Morgan, Good Friday poems; Tulsk Dominician Friary; Good Friday