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sheena blackhall

(18/8/1947 / Aberdeen)

Gliong Gliong: 3 Gaelic Poems with transations


Tha e blàth/ fuar/ fiadhaich
Tha e mosach/ bÒidheach/ gaothach
Tha smùid-uisg, reodhadh, agus grian
A' coinneachadh
Tha na fèidh a' ruith
Tha neoil ag itealaich
Tha an saoghal a' dùsgath

1b. SPRING(2)
It's warm/ cold/ wild
It's damp/ beautiful/ windy
Fine rain, frost, & sun
Are meeting
The deer are running
The clouds are flying
The world's wakening

Tha piseag a 'cluich
Ball cloimhteach
Le na spuirean
A' leum,
A' sabaid.

The kitten's playing
A wooly ball
With claws.
A jump,


Mo chÒ ceÒ
Mo bhrÒ coineach
Mo bhoneid.......... an t-uisge
Mo gleann
Mo bhrathar.......... an damh

My coat……the mist
My shoes…..the moss
My bonnet…..the rain
My church……the glen
My brother….the stag

Submitted: Tuesday, January 07, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, January 08, 2014

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