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- A dwelling forming part of a farm establishment, used by a worker
- The Cottage (2008) is a darkly comic horror film, written and directed by Paul Andrew Williams.
- bungalow: a small house with a single story
- A small simple house, typically one near a lake or beach
- A small carpet woven in a pattern of colors, typically by hand in a traditional style
- A thick woolen coverlet or wrap, used esp. when traveling
- A floor covering of shaggy or woven material, typically not extending over the entire floor
- (Rug) Rhug (normally Y Rug in Welsh; sometimes given the antiquarian spelling Rug) is a township in the parish of Corwen, Denbighshire, Wales, formerly in the old cantref of Edeirnion and later a part of Merionethshire, two miles from CorwenRug Chapel and ten miles north east of Bala.
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PADRAIC ANRAI MAC PIARAIS , Patrick H. Pearse was an Irish educator, patriot and poet, educated for the law but early in his career made himself part of the Gaelic movement in Ireland. Pearse was active in the work of the Gaelic League and edited its journal, An Claidheamh Solais. He founded St. Enda's School near Dublin. He joined the Irish Volunteers and commanded the Irish forces in the Easter Rebellion of 1916. Upon his surrender he was tried by court-martial in England and promptly executed at Kilmainham Jail in May, 1917.
Sine me na an Chailleach Bhearra
Mor mo ghloir:
Me a rug Cu Chulainn croga.
Mor mo naire:
Mo chlann fein a dhiol a mathair.
Mor mo phian:
Bithnaimhde do mo shiorchiapadh.
Mor mo bhron:
D'eag an dream inar chuireas dochas.
Uaigni me na an Chailleach Bhearra.
(Padraic Mac Piarais )
I AM IRELAND
I am Ireland:
I am older than the old woman of Beare.
Great my glory:
I who bore Cuchulainn, the brave.
Great my shame:
My own children who sold their mother.
Great my pain:
My irreconcilable enemy who harrasses me continually...
Great my sorrow
That crowd, in whom I placed my trust, died.
I am Ireland:
I am lonelier than the old woman of Beare.
We all learned this in school (back in the good old days when we learned poetry off by heart but not essays and set-answers!) but nobody ever told us who the old woman of Beare was. So here is the missing information;
THE HAG OF BEARE
It is of Corca Dubhne she was,
and she had her youth seven times over,
and every man that had lived with her died of old age,
and her grandsons and great-grandsons were tribes and races.
And through a hundred years she wore upon her head the veil Cuimire had blessed.
Then age and weakness came upon her and it is what she said:
Ebb-tide to me as to the sea;
old age brings me reproach;
I used to wear a shift that was always new;
to-day, I have not even a cast one.
It is riches you are loving,
it is not men;
it was men we loved in the time we were living.
There were dear men on whose plains we used to be driving;
it is good the time we passed with them;
it is little we were broken afterwards.
When my arms are seen it is long and thin they are;
once they used to be fondling,
they used to be around great kings.
The young girls give a welcome to Beltaine when it comes to them;
sorrow is more fitting for me;
an old pitiful hag.
I have no pleasant talk;
no sheep are killed for my wedding;
it is little but my hair is grey;
it is many colours I had over it when I used to be drinking good ale.
I have no envy against the old,
but only against women;
I myself am spent with old age,
while women’s heads are still yellow.
The stone of the kings on Feman;
the chair of Ronan in Bregia;
it is long since storms have wrecked them,
they are old mouldering gravestones.
The wave of the great sea is speaking;
the winter is striking us with it;
I do not look to welcome to-day Fermuid son of Mugh.
I know what they are doing;
they are rowing through the reeds of the ford of Alma;
it is cold is the place where they sleep.
The summer of youth where we were has been spent along with its harvest;
winter age that drowns everyone, its beginning has come upon me.
It is beautiful was my green cloak,
my king liked to see it on me;
it is noble was the man that stirred it,
he put wool on it when it was bare.
Amen, great is the pity; e
very acorn has to drop.
After feasting with shining candles,
to be in the darkness of a prayer-house.
I was once living with kings,
drinking mead and wine;
to-day I am drinking whey-water among withered old women.
There are three floods that come up to the dun of Ard-Ruide:
a flood of fighting-men,
a flood of horses,
a flood of the hounds of Lugaidh’s son.
The flood-wave and the two swift ebb-tides;
what the flood-wave brings you in,
the ebb-wave sweeps out of your hand.
The flood-wave and the second ebb-tide;
they have all come as far as me,
the way that I know them well.
The flood-tide will not reach to the silence of my kitchen;
though many are my company in the darkness,
a hand has been laid upon them all.
My flood-tide! It is well I have kept my knowledge.
It is Jesus Son of Mary keeps me happy at the ebb-tide.
It is far is the island of the great sea where the flood reaches after the ebb:
I do not look for floods to reach to me after the ebb-tide.
There is hardly a little place I can know again when I see it;
what used to be on the flood-tide is all on the ebb to-day!
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