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Is fearr Gaeilge briste, ná Bearla clíste.

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A gáire maith agus codladh fada na cures is fearr sa dochtúra leabhar.

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Tá a fhios agat go bhfuil tú i ngrá nuair nach féidir leat titim ina chodladh toisc go bhfuil réaltacht ar deireadh níos fearr ná do aisling.

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Hugh Jackman

Tá an chuid is fearr faoi a bheith pósta go mothú ar a bheith ar fhoireann. Tá ups agus downs gach lánúin, mar sin tá a bhfuil duine éigin a bhfuil muinín agat priceless.

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Anatole France

A chur i gcrích rudaí is fearr, ní mór dúinn, ní hamháin gníomh, ach freisin aisling, ní hamháin plean, ach creidim freisin.

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An rud is annamh is íontach.

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Beidh lá eile ag an bPaorach.

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Dá fhada an lá tagann an tráthnóna.

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Bíonn gach tosú lag.

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Bíonn grásta Dé idir an diallait agus an talamh.

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Inis do Mháire i gcógar é, is inseoidh Mháire dó phóbal é.

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Aithníonn ciaróg ciaróg eile.

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William Butler Yeats

Leda agus an Eala

A buille tobann: an beating sciatháin mór fós
Os cionn an cailín léirigh, a thighs caressed
De réir na fíocháin dorcha, a nape gafa ina bhille,
Tá sé ina hucht helpless ar a chíche.

Conas is féidir leis na méara doiléir terrified a bhrú
An ghlóir feathered as a thighs loosening?
Agus conas is féidir le comhlacht, atá leagtha sa Rush bán,
Ach is dóigh leis an beating chroí aisteach nuair a luíonn sé?

Tá shudder sa loins gineann sé ann
Tá an balla briste, an díon ar lasadh agus túr
Agus Agamemnon marbh.

A bheith gafa amhlaidh, Mar sin, máistreacht ag an fhuil brute ar an aer,
Ar chuir sí ar a chuid eolais lena chumhacht
Sula bhféadfadh an gob indifferent lig di titim?

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Má tú ag lorg cara gan locht, béidh tú gan cara go deo.

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