|Reviews for Seanchas na Éire|
| BranwenEithne chapter 1 . 4/26/2005
I find it amazing you can write so well in gaelic! Aside from that the poems themselves are incredably good because one must be knowlegded in Irish lore to create kind of thing is really interesting to me right now because I just finished a research paper on Celtic art and mythology so I can reconize the legends you writing about.I am very impressed!
| Tori Keedah chapter 3 . 4/19/2005
Irish folk-lore is so, compelling, no?
Ah, how much I missed this language.
maith agus álainn.. agus iontach.
*smile at the horrible sentence*
| Nobody-n-Particular chapter 3 . 4/6/2005
It needs some more figurative language in this one, but I still enjoy.
| Nobody-n-Particular chapter 2 . 4/6/2005
Etched tragedy, shimmering lore
| Nobody-n-Particular chapter 1 . 4/6/2005
The past contains secrets so hidden fair...
| Tori Keedah chapter 2 . 3/29/2005
Ahh! These are very wonderful. I think you're way advance in Gaelic than I.
Well, maith slainte agus ghra go tu.-indigo Cambria
(you reviewed a poem of mine some time ago, I finally got around to reply.)
| skizofrenik chapter 1 . 3/6/2005
This is Gaelic, right? I think...Anyways, good job! I love reading old Irish poems, or new ones...I dunno. Cool!
| Tempest Epilogue chapter 1 . 2/24/2005
Very nice poem. Ireland has a very cool mythology. Yay for mythology-type poemy things! Whe! Sorry, I'm very hyper at the moment. Anyhow, I like the poem! Tempest Epilogue