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Subh Milis

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There is loneliness, sadness, nostalgia, love, anger and forgiveness to be found in this poem. Tá uaigneas, brón, cumha, grá, fearg agus maithiúmas le fáil sa dán.
One day the poet saw jam on the doorhandle and without a doubt the world's anger was on him. Lá amháin chonaic an file subh ar an murlan dorais agus gan amhras bhí fearg an domhain air.
Anger was on him because he had to clean the doorhandle. Bhí fearg air mar bhí sé air múrlan dorais a ghlanadh
The poet said that anger arose in him Duirt an file gur eirigh fearg ann.
Before the end of the poem the anger left because the poet thinking about the day when his child's hand would be missing and the handle clean. Roimh deireadh an dáin d'fhag an fearg mas thosiagh an file ag smaoineamh faoi lá nuair a bheadh lámh an pháiste ar iarraidh agus bheadh an murlán glán.
The child would be grown up and gone from the house. Bheadh an páiste fásta suas agus imithe ó an teach.
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