Dán faoi Éireann, le muintir na hÉireann, cibé áit ina bhfuil siad ar fud an domhain.
A poem about Ireland, by the people of Ireland, wherever they are in the world.


The 70 million worldwide who claim Irish roots should contribute to Irish culture because THEY ARE IRISH CULTURE.

‘The Irish nation’ as defined by The Gathering Poem refers to Article 2 of The Irish Constitution (Bunreacht na hEireann 1937) amended by The Good Friday Agreement which took effect on December 2nd, 1999. The new wording describes the Irish nation as a community of individuals with a common identity rather than as a territory.

The Gathering Poem and The Gathering Poem book is the first artistic/literary response to that theory.