E is for 7 Eccles Street, home to Molly and Leopold Bloom, Where the stink of his grilled mutton kidneys permeated every room.– Mary B Shannon
Come to the Edge Dave Evans,
Come to the Edge, strum your guitar,
Come to the Edge with your muted palm,
With your thrum dum digg-a dig dum– Therese Kieran
E is for Ely House
Home to the Order of the Knights of St. Columbanus
Built by Stapleton the Stuccadore
Who secured bricks from Bridgewater to block the exterior.– Marie Studer
E is for Emerald Square
There is a little cul de sac,
It is called Emerald Square.
It contains 41 Residential Houses.
A family place of care.
So steeped in Folklore and Dublin’s past history.
Where young and old, meek and bold,
writers poets and patriots, lived their lives you see.
– PJ Brady
E’s for EPIC the Emigration Museum down on Liffey’s Quays, Close to Tall Ship Jeanie Johnson that shipped thousands across the sea.= Mary B Shannon
E’s for the elegant edifice of the Eye & Ear,
where you encounter experts in how we see and hear– Catherine Ann Cullen