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In Irish Gaelic, the phrase “mo chuisle” literally means “my pulse”. Shortened from “a chuisle mo chroí” or “pulse of my heart”, mo chuisle is used as a term of endearment when referring to someone who is dear to your heart. I wrote this composition for my grandchildren. They have a piece of my heart forever. For grandchildren (and grandparents). Pronunuciation: Macushla

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