Tor’s Cove Come Home Year Logo 2002
Depicts three things, which are just a few
Of the things we love, though we may roam
From the place of our birth,
”Where the heart is always home”
Our people, seen here as they fish from their Dory
Recalls a seafaring lifestyle in all of its glory
Our Islands, which lend us a beautiful view
Is a scene loved by artists and photographers too.
Our Twin Hills, a landmark so easy to see,
Graced the Newfoundland Postage Stamp in 1923
Each picture is held in an individual heart
Forming a Shamrock, depicting our past,
Of an Irish heritage, passed down with pride
By our brave ancestors who crossed over the tide.
They settled in Tor’s Cove, as part of a group
Of costal communities, called The Irish Loop.
Composed By: Rita Burk (nee O’Driscoll)