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Na Blátha Craige Ans

Rinne mé staidéar ar an dán I studied the poem
Scríofa ag Liam Ó Flaitheartha Written by Liam Ó Flaitheartha
Is iad an nadúr agus áilleacht na timpeallachta téamaí an dáin. Nature and the beauty of the environment are the themes of the poem.
Cloisimid tuairm an fhile We hear the poet's opinion
Nuair a deireann sé When he says
Labhraíonn an file leis na blátha The poet speaks to the flowers
Úsáideann an file íomhanna suimiúil mar shampla The poet uses interesting images for example
Tá béim mhór ar an aimsir sa dán seo There is a big emphasis on the weather in this poem
Cé go bhfuil droch aimsir ann Although the weather is bad
is léir go bhfuil áilleacht speisiálta le feiceáil ann it's clear that there is a special beauty to be seen there
Created by: Gaeilge