Tobar an Léinn is a small 6 teacher primary school located in the village of Raheen, Co. Laois, Ireland.
Bhíomar ag foghlaim inniú faoi an fáilte a thugann tú.
Rinneamar dramaíocht sa scoil bunaithe ar an ábhar sin.
Déanfaidh na paistí dramaíocht anocht bunaithe ar sin.
Tá fáilte romham
Tá fáilte romhat
Tá fáilte roimhe
Tá fáilte roimpi
Tá fáilte romhainn
Tá fáilte romhaibh
Tá fáilte rompu
There was an old dog ,hes as slow a snail.Hes as fat as an elephant, as small as a mouse.
As lazy as a sloth,hes as white as ghost.He likes to sleep on his bed that looks like grass.
Hes like sleeping beauty because he sleeps all day.Hes as weak as a baby.He likes eating
mice but he cant catch them anymore ,thats kind of sad because hes hungry as hell.
My family is the ocean around us.
My father is like the rough seas,
knocking the cliffs and eroding them. Carving up bays and letting headlands stick out.
Like a Christmas storm he moves anything and everybody out of his path.
My mother is the sunshine after the storm (my father),
clearing and calming everything else.
As the sea settles
she deposits a nice bright beach in which to play on.
My oldest brother is the sand on the beach
kicked, eroded and blown away by my dad,
but warmed with care by my mom and deposited on the beach.
My oldest sister is the headland,
tough and strong and made of hard rock.
My other two brothers are the stack and cave,
defeated and broken
one eroded through while the other has been severely burrowed through .
I am an old ship at the bottom of the sea,
lost, abandoned, but full of memories.
adapted by Patrick Crean
Original source: http://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/an-ocean-of-memories
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