Faelyn ó Cuilinn

Faelyn ó Cuilinn

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Cork, Ireland
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About Me

I'm a simple Irish girl that enjoy to write poetry outside on my hill. I hope one day to be a help to others. I love to write and it's a passion. Hopefully it will get me somewhere.

I work at a coffee shop called "Tribes Coffee Shop"...great little place. And I am currently in Uni with no idea of what I want to do. However...writing is always a great start! :)


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Posted 9 Years Ago


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Posted 10 Years Ago


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Posted 10 Years Ago


The Things That Count
by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

Now, dear, it isn’t the bold things,
Great deeds of valour and might,
That count the most in the summing up of life at the end of the day.
But it is the doing of old things,
Small acts that are just and right;
And doing them over and over again, no matter what others say;
In smiling at fate, when you want to cry, and in keeping at work when you want to play -
Dear, those are the things that count.

And, dear, it isn’t the new ways
Where the wonder-seekers crowd
That lead us into the land of content, or help us to find our own.
But it is keeping to true ways,
Though the music is not so loud,
And there may be many a shadowed spot where we journey along alone;
In flinging a prayer at the face of fear, and in changing into a song a groan -
Dear, these are the things that count.

My dear, it isn’t the loud part
Of creeds that are pleasing to God,
Not the chant of a prayer, or the hum of a hymn, or a jubilant shout or song.
But it is the beautiful proud part
Of walking with feet faith-shod;
And in loving, loving, loving through all, no matter how things go wrong;
In trusting ever, though dark the day, and in keeping your hope when the way seems long -
Dear, these are the things that count.