Bara Cailín 3: 24 ‘dangling deep in a dead night hole’

To die dangling deep in a dead night hole is the not the way that Inteachán wanted to go so she began to climb back up the rope.

Arm over arm. Pulling herself upwards again.

And again.

Again.

Once more.

Again.

Gravity is happy to let you down always but does everything it can to stop you when you want to move in the opposite direction.

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