Amergin Glúingel ("white knees") or Glúnmar ("big knee") is a druid, bard and judge for the Milesians in the Irish Mythological Cycle. He was appointed Chief Ollam of Ireland by his two brothers the kings of Ireland. A number of poems attributed to Amergin are part of the Milesian mythology.
One of the seven sons of Míl Espáine, he took part in the Milesian conquest ... more »
I’m a gust on the sea,
I'm a footfall of a wave,
I’m a roar of the sea,
I’m a stag of seven tines,
I’m a hawk on a cliff,
I’m a tear of sunlight,
I’m a cry of love,
I’m a boar in rage,
I’m a salmon in a pool,
I’m a lake in a plain,
I’m a mountain of a man,
I'm a mountain of skill,
I’m a spear in sharpness, faring in fight,
I’m the god who kindles fire in your head
Who make smooth the mountain’s stones?
Who can count the ages of the moon?
Who finds the place where the sun goes down?
Who drives out the kine from Tethrach’s house?
Who makes ...