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An tEarrach Thiar

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Ciúnas agus Síocháin Peace and quiet
Tá ceithre íomha sa dán There are four images in the poem
Bíonn na fir ag romhar sa gharradh san earrach Men plough the garden in Spring
Grá áite is téama den dán seo Love of place is the theme of the poem
Bailíonn na mná cairigín ar na carraigeacha Women collect carrigín on the rocks
`Téann na fir amach ag iascaireacht Men go out fishing
Tá fuam deas ón na maidí ramha san uisce There's a nice sound from the oars in the water
Tá atmaisféar síochanta sa dán seo. There's a peacful atmosphere in this poem
Úsáideann na fir feamainn mar leasú don talamh The men use seaweed to fertilise the land
Tá an fheamiann dhearg ag lonrú sa ghriain The red seaweed is shining in the sun
Tá dath órga ar an bhfarraige There's a golden colour on the sea
Ta an currach lán d'éisc ag deireadh an lae The currach is full of fosh at the end of the day
Mairtín Ó Direáin a scríobh an dán seo. Mairtín Ó Direáin wrote this poem
Déantar cur síos álainn ar shaol thraidisiúnta an oileáin There's a beautiful description of traditional island life
Cumha, Uaigneas agus Grá áite is príomhmhothúcháin an dáin seo. Homesickness, lonliness and love of place is the main feelings in this poem