Aogán Ó Rathaille

[Egan O'Rahilly] (1670-1728 / Killarney / Ireland)

Aogán Ó Rathaille Poems

1. Homesick In Old Age 5/23/2012
2. On The Death Of William Gould 5/23/2012
3. The Drenching Night Drags On 5/23/2012
4. Valentine Brown 5/23/2012

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The Drenching Night Drags On

The drenching night drags on: no sleep or snore,
no stock, no wealth of sheep, no horned cows.
This storm on the waves nearby has harrowed my head
- I who ate no winkles or dogfish in my youth!

If that guardian King from the bank of the Leamhan lived on,
with all who shared his fate (and would pity my plight)
to rule that soft, snug region, bayed and harboured,
my people would not stay poor in Duibhne country.

Great Carthy, fierce and fine, who loathed deceit;
with Carthy of the Laoi, in yoke unyielding, faint;
and Carthy King of Ceann Toirc with his ...

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