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The Dundalk Democrat, 15 February 2006:
Easy to forget the man
While friends and family of the late Seamus Ludlow are keeping a close eye on the Oireachtas hearings sometimes it seems the man who was shot dead only yards from his home could be lost in the necessary technicalities.
Paddy Craven who knew Seamus and is a brother of the late poet Jim Craven explained how his brother's poetry captured the loss of a man who Paddy said was quiet and unassuming.
"Jim's poem 'Seamus' is the only definitive pen picture of Seamus. They were good friends and in his poem Jim gave an insight into the kind of man Seamus was."
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