School: Aubane, Sráid an Mhuilinn (roll number 16163)

Aubane, Co. Cork
Tadhg Ó Corcaráin
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    There was a man living in Knocknakilla and he had a black horse.

    There was a man living in Knockmakilla and he had a black horse. There was a fort in his land and it was not far from the house. He was not long in bed one night when he saw a black horse outside the window and he thought he was his own horse. He got up and he went out to catch the horse but he would not wait for him. The horse went towards the fort and the man followed him and he never stopped until he disappeared into the fort but the man did not go any farther but he returned home.
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