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“Old Enough” by Patty Ireland

As a poet I have learned to approach syrupy topics, (tears, grandmothers and any thing that dances), with caution. But I am old enough to be a grandmother, and it just so happens both of mine could dance like hell and drive grown men to tears. One danced from Donegal to Baltimore, my mother in her womb, stowing away on

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