The Manx Bard inauguration 2017 - 'To the Cushag's Friend' by Josephine Kermode, read by Bill Quine
A reading of one of a poem by one of the Isle of Man's best-loved poets, Josephine Kermode, better known as 'Cushag'.
This poem relates to the national flower of the Isle of Man, the Cushag.
Referred to elsewhere as the Ragwort, the flower is treated as a weed by farmers.
This performance by Bill Quine was delivered as a part of the event at Moorhouse Farm, Isle of Man, organised to announce the Manx Bard 2017.
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