Considering the Lilies

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Considering the Lilies
& lessons from the field (by Editor) Northern Ireland intersects with Arizona, where an Antrim girl, all grown up, writes about life as an immigrant, an educator, a mother, and a breast cancer patient. Seamus Heaney is never too far away.
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