N’s for narrow Nassau Street, once named for Patrick’s Well,
Where Joyce met Nora Barnacle as she came from Finn’s Hotel.– Catherine Ann Cullen
Head to the National Gallery there you’ll find Jack B Yeat’s easel and smock,
Enjoy the thrill of ‘The Liffey Swim’ as his swimmers surge for the Custom House docks.– Mary B Shannon
N for old Neighbours in my Dublin 8 hood.
Still there, or now dead: all trees in my wood.– Karen J McDonnell
N’s for Nora Barnacle muse and wife of James Augustine Aloysius Joyce,
Whose paths crossed on Nassau Street in 1904 and for that we should all rejoice.– Mary B Shannon – with drawing below
N is for the old North Strand.
The name reveals it’s reclaimed land.
Where once ships sailed upon the main,
Now you can voyage in a train.– Catherine Ann Cullen