'Wherever the forces of crown assemble Whether on land, or sea, or the air Strike them down O Lord Strike them down And may their bones be ground into manure And spread over the land to grow crops for the poor.'
Verse transcribed by Internee 1537, D Company, Hut 31, Patrick J. Daly (Tullamore, Offaly):
'Lloyd George no doubt when his life ebbs out Will ride in a fiery chariot He will sit in state on a red hot plate 'Twixt the Devil and Judas Iscariot Annanias that day to the Devil will say My Presidency here has failed So move up higher Away from the fire And make room for the liar from Wales.'
Verse transcribed by Jimmie Egan, Hut 25 ,of Henry Street, Tullamore:
'Where ever England's forces assemble on land on sea or in air We pray thee Oh Lord God of Battle to send all thy thunderbolts there Wherever her plotters are plotting Wherever her fortresses frown With thy vengeance as vivid as lightening Strike her down Oh Lord God! Strike her down.'
'A Token. So I send this little token With the heartiest good will Just to prove that I remember All who climb with me life's hill Just to prove that time can never Bonds of time sever That as years speed by we find They but more securely bind Ties of auld acquaintance still.