Shortly after the terrorist bombing of 1998 in Omagh, Northern Ireland, the homeland of the author of this poem, Brian Kissock, recorded these words as a healing response to the grief that followed—including his own for several good friends who were lost in that tragedy. There is here and there, and everywhere, A refuge; A house and habitation; There is a constant calling to each, Sean, Samuel, Ruth, Mary.
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