Digging by Seamus Heaney About this poet

On the sad occasion of the death of Seamus Heaney, here’s a reminder of a poem that has been much loved by readers over many years.
Recorded at the Royal Festival hall, Seamus Heaney reads ‘Digging’, his poem about his father and poetry, as part of Faber and Faber’s 80 Anniversary Celebration.

Length: 1.38m   Topics: Belonging, Fathers, Fathers' Day, Memories, Poetry, Tradition,
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yonghingho | 6 October 2011

why would you dig with a pen


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