Pictured at the old club house, Rockfield. Back row: Jimmy Griffin, Kevin Treston, Nicky Brady, Bill Conway, Charlie Foley, John Geaghan, Martin Glynn, St. George Daley. Paddy Murray. 3rd Row: Patrick Fahy, M.O'Halloran, Lena Sullivan, Miko Fitzgerald, Bridie Treston, Rita Lally, Pauline Fahy, Rena Spelman, Paddy O'Shaughnessy, Ned Gilmartin, Ned Treston. 2nd Row: Lily Keran, Josie Melville, Lily Broderick, Robbie Lahiffe. Front Row: Eddie Treston, Henry Cloran, Kathleen Murphy, Peggy Lahiffe, Bidi McCarthy, Brud Slattery, Bill Brassil.
Guaire 1992 Issue 25
What you are by Sandra Barry
Accepting people for what they are Seems way beyond the earth and far Beyond man’s acting layer Why do people stop and stare?
Malevolent eyes hide everywhere Waiting for the hour to tear Blinding strips off timid fellows Burning them with fuming bellows.
You’re quiet and natural, being yourself Why placed upon a mocking shelf? Wearing kindness, thought and grace Why the silk, the pearls and lace?
The reason for those who ridicule Is just the worst of being cool, Or perhaps delight in being cruel And being a callous thoughtless fool.
But I can’t judge these people fair, Perhaps beneath they really care, But accept those people we should do Those people may be me or you.