A Fiolin or a Viddle?

A Fiolin or a Viddle?

In England it’s a violin,

in Ireland a fiddle;

they do not have a name for it

when you journey in the middle;

sailing up the Irish Sea

with Eire on your left

and England on your right,

a name becomes bereft;

or travelling down

when they’re the other way round,

unless you could choose

to choose between

a Fiolin and a Viddle?

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5 responses to “A Fiolin or a Viddle?

  1. Fiddler on the Roof …. I wonder too, violin that I usually use. But I know fiddler, because of the film… Fiolin or viddle, no, I haven’t known them before… If you wonder, in my own language we say “keman” violin and fiddler, kemancı….
    Thank you, what inspried you, not so difficult to guess, there was a music part…. 🙂

    have a nice autumn day, Love, nia

  2. I knew it… Thank you, Love, nia

  3. hi fiddle dee dee, vacation time for me 🙂 hi fiddle dee doo, there’s no hope left for you….oh god, let the rhyming machine commence 🙂 haha

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