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Buile Suibhne (Author: [unknown])

paragraph 47


    1. O Fer Cailli, what has befallen thee?
      sad is thy voice;
      tell me what has marred thee
      in sense or form.

    Fer Caille:

    1. I would tell thee my story,
      likewise my deeds,
      were it not for fear of the proud host
      of the king's household.

    2. p.103

    3. Ealadhan am I
      who used to go to many combats,
      I am known to all
      as the leading madman of the glens.


    1. Suibhne son of Colman am I
      from the pleasant Bush;
      the easier for us is converse
      here, O man.