Dán an bháisThe death poem
English (machine translation)
The gcluin you yours now, a sinner?
Please do not neglect in your case,
did not you tárrthaithe the masses
is bound fast you 'un death.
It will set your foot,
and shall jump to generation,
the third jump apple your thigh,
and to set up your language then its speed.
Cod eye will be heart breaking,
and inform the doctor of their stiff,
is you move you a long Astar,
the place where the judge sits.
Slóite will then pounced hell,
and vapor of thinidh out to gcraos,
Mionnóchaidh them that you sell your soul,
often leofa early life.
Michael comes from the heavens,
will welcome book with his hand,
write down your sins he said,
from time to time for baptism to death.
The bridge as slippery as glass,
and is as narrow a hair of your head,
will chraos the dragon as a fire,
With your two dtitfeá shlogan there.
If you have ever been a friend of Mary,
it arrives on time to death,
will take all efforts to excuse it,
you will soon get forgiveness from the King of Grace.
The angels on the surface water,
and they are smart and fro,
no soul both are free from sin,
not to go on wings Pledged Harbour.
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