There is a right side and a wrong side to every graveyard. In man y of the older burial-grounds you will observe, if you are curious enough, that one portion of the graveyard is much more thickly marked with gravestones and grave mounds than another portion. That part which has had many burials is the right side and the other part is the wrong side. In a latter, modern or recently erected headstones may be noted, and very few, if any, older interments are there noticeable. I cannot tell you the hwy of the right side, and the wrong side.(From Michael Toomey, (84) Main St., Croom)
Scoil: Cromadh (B.) (uimhir rolla 9306)
Scag na scéalta
Ar an leathanach seo
“There is a right side and a wrong side to every graveyard...”
Old rhyme:-There was a man in Dingle-e-dee. Who set his garden full with seeds.
When the seeds began to grow
(leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)