seán Ó duibhir an ghleanna love

seán Ó duibhir an ghleanna

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  • I found an even more lyrical translation at gaeltale.com:

    The fox ran alofter and alofter

    Der Huntsmen mit Firesticks unsuccessfully offed her.

    A fizgig by the circumbendibus

    Sobbed, and gestured lewdly with her minimus.

    February 28, 2009

  • bilby said -

    "My, what a large Ó you have."

    but nowhere as large as your big leathery EARS.

    February 28, 2009

  • Mudcat!! :) *weejies*

    I'm so impressed. Also by the size of your Ó.

    February 28, 2009

  • More lyrical, I think, only in its easy rhyme and dull meter; your first translation is much more moving and vivid.

    February 28, 2009

  • My, what a large Ó you have.

    February 28, 2009

  • An Irish song whose title means "John O' Dwyer of the Glen" and which contains the immortal lines:

    ... an sionnach rua ar an gcarraig,

    Míle liú ag marcaigh,

    Is bean go dúbhach sa bhealach,

    Ag áireamh a cuid gé...

    ... the red fox on the rock,

    a thousand yells from riders,

    and a woman in the wayside,

    mournfully counting her geese ...

    * fastidiously brushing feathers from around snout *

    Noting that I found a more lyrical translation online:

    The fox runs higher and higher

    Huntsmen shouting nigh her

    A maiden lying by her fowl

    Left wounded in his gore.

    mudcat cafe

    February 27, 2009