Michael Sheils is a member of both The Meath Writers' Circle and the Navan Creative Writers' Group and this here is a poem that was taken down from a number of sites or at least a number of times. But I'll let him tell you the story. Also posted on his own site (Link to the right-Sheriff from Navan). Myself I find it extraordinary with people living out of soup kitchens provided by religious groups and others, the hospitals with clampers preying on the infirm and elderly, not to mention those who are not feeling the best, and waiting times designed to finish you off, they manage to stay so so quiet. And that's just a few of the gripes. A hundred years on it's a whole new game folks and rank has its privileges.