Monday, May 15, 2017

Eileen Tucker

As teenagers from Ballydaly to and from the convent school in Millstreet Town
The undulating Millstreet Rathmore Road they cycled up and down
The blond haired look alike Tucker twin sisters Noreen and Eileen
They possessed rare beauty seldom to be seen

Sad news out of Ballydaly Eileen has passed away
By Cashman's Hill in St Mary's in Millstreet at peace she now lay
The bell we don't hear for us all will toll one day
That death is forever is only true to say

A beautiful and intelligent woman bubbly and bright
In Millstreet Town often see her with her friends in the Bush Bar on a Saturday night
Perhaps a few years then past her physical prime
And this is going back some three decades in time

So sad for to learn of the passing of Eileen
Memories of her beauty in the mind does remain evergreen
On her life's journey one who did make many a friend
But each day we live brings us nearer to our own end

One of the Tucker twins beautiful Eileen has breathed her last
On looking back the Seasons time did tick on fast
Hope her parting from life for her was a painless release
In St Mary's in Millstreet she now is at peace.

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