Gofraidh Fionn Ó Dálaigh
He is known to be one of the most important professional poets of fourteen-century Ireland.
Gofraidh Fionn (Geoffrey the Fair) was a member of the Ó Dálaigh family of poets. He is known for his poem, Filidh Éireann go haointeach, which commemorates An Nollaig na Garma. This convention of poets and men of learning was held by King Uilliam Buide Ó Ceallaigh of Uí Maine at his castle in County Roscommon during Christmas of 1351.
- Bean Torrach, fa Tuar Broide
- Mairg mheallas muirn an tsaoghail
- A chnuic thoir re taoibh Ealla
- A chros thall ar an dtulaigh
- A fhir théid i dTír Chonaill
- A Ghearóid, déana mo dháil
- Beir eolas dúinn, a Dhomhnuill
- Do tógbhadh meirge Murchaidh
- Fa ngníomhraidh measdar meic ríogh
- Fuirigh go fóill, a Éire
- Gaois Ailbhe i n-inghin Domhnuill
- Iongaibh thú orm, a Iarla
- Maith an locht airdríogh óige
- Teach carad do-chiu folamh
Máel Íosa Ó Dálaigh
| Chief Ollam of Ireland
Cearbhall mac Lochlainn Ó Dálaigh
- The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing, vol IV, New York University Press, 2002.
- L. Mac Kenna, A Poem by Gofraidh Fionn Ó Dálaigh, JSTOR.
- Selected Poems
- To a Harp
- McKenna, Lambert (January 1919), "Historical Poems of Gofraidh Fionn Ó Dálaigh" (PDF), The Irish Monthly, retrieved 2010-10-15
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