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Mo Ghrása 1

Níl mo ghrása My Love is not
Mar bhláth na nairne like the flower of the sloe
A bhíonn i ngairdín that are in gardens
nó ar chrann ar bith or on any tree
is má tá aon ghaol aige le nóininí and if he's to be associated with daisies
is as a chluasa a fhásfaidh siad its from his ears they'll grow
nuair a bheidh sé ocht dtroigh síos when he'll be eight feet down
Ní haon ghlaise chelomhar there's no musical greenness
iad a shúile his eyes
táid róchóngarach ar an gcéad dul síos they're too close together in the first place
is más slim é síoda and if silk is smooth
Tá ribí a ghruaige his hair is like
mar bhean dhubh Shakespeare Like Shakespeare's blackhaired woman
ina wire deilgní like barbed wire
Ach is cuma sin But that doesn't matter
Tugann sé dom úlla He gives me apples
is nuair a bhíonn sé i ndea-ghiúmar caora fíniúna and when he's in good humour grapes