Within Parkhead’s Dream - Poem by Daniel McDonagh

Green for glory
And the team we love
Regained the league
And the Scottish Cup.

Pubs in Glasgow
Sang Celtic’s name
The passionate fan
Igniting Celtic’s flame.

Our colours bold
The hoops of green
Were memories are gold
Of our father’s team.

With the loss of Larsson
We’ll carry on
Supporting the Celtic
In story and song.

We’ll stand with pride
Within Parkhead’s dream
Were the ghost of legends
Support the bhoys in green.

June’8th 2004

Poems by Daniel McDonagh

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