His Free Will No Thing Can Kill

2014-03-18 FallsSaoirse+
This printed tarp on the side of the Falls Road commemorates the ten 1981 hunger strikers (along with Frank Stagg, Michael Gaughan, Nora Connolly, and Mairead Farrell, paired with international figures Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Leonard Peltier, and Nelson Mandela) and features a verse from a Bobby Sands poem The Crime Of Castlereagh: “All things must come to pass as one So hope should never die There is no height or bloody might That a freeman can’t defy. There is no source or foreign force Can break one man who knows, That his free will no thing can kill And from that freedom grows.”
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Copyright © 2014 Extramural Activity
Camera Settings: f8, 1/200, ISO 200, full size 2459 x 2568
text: X01742 freedom saoirse easter lily an róisín roisín dubh mahatma gandhi MLK martin luther king nelson mandela fuiseog barbed wire their cause is ours dedicated brave irish sacrificed

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