Sweet Nothings - Mo Anam Cara (my soul friend in Irish)

13:35 Sweet Nothings Mar 18, 2016 10 comments 9037 1530

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Mo Anam Cara means 'my soul friend' in Irish Gaelic, a language I'm learning to speak. Soul friends are rare, but finding one can make your world a better place.

So tonight, cuddle up with me and tell me about your day, let me massage you and touch your face, and let me teach you some sweet words in Irish...

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  • kered on 2019-07-14 16:32:59 (UTC)

    Our beautiful language,so proud to be IRISH xx

    • A Eve on 2019-07-16 23:03:45 (UTC)

      tá gaeilge agat?

  • Jeffsortairish on 2017-03-28 05:28:17 (UTC)

    Hearing you say Irish words and offer translations was a poetic experience. This was where I first heard "mo anam cara", and I like its lovely meaning quite a lot :)

    I don't know what it's like to be in your shoes (creating intimate art for all of us while still living your personal life) and totally respect your freedom to leave up or take down audios as feels right to you. I imagine I'd find something meaningful in the earlier version of the audio, too, as even in sadness your heart seems to have a way of shining through.

    • A Eve on 2017-03-28 10:38:41 (UTC)

      That's so lovely...I was thinking of posting it again anyway. It's part of me and my experience in life, and I want to show that things are okay even when they're not, you know? Thanks for your kind words 💋

  • LonelyFenrir on 2016-03-20 02:43:57 (UTC)

    Eve, you're to good to us. This was absolutely beautiful.

    • A Eve on 2016-03-20 13:11:51 (UTC)

      Thank you ❤️

  • FallenKnight71 on 2016-03-19 19:35:09 (UTC)

    I do admit I did get to listen to the first few second of the earlier one and was going to get back to it when I went to bed. I regret not downloading it. I'm glad you put this one up though:) It put a smile on my face as I fell asleep:D You have the voice for Gaelic m'lady. When looking up translations during St. Patrick's Day I loved this one "Pulse of my heart" A chuisle mo chroí. A very romantic language indeed:) It is pleasing to know your here on good and bad days.

    Thank you for being you m'lady Eve, A chuisle mo chroí :D

    • A Eve on 2016-03-19 20:20:02 (UTC)

      Thank you, Sir Knight! I can send you the original one if you email me, I did sort of kind of make mention of you in the first one :P

  • Jandrusel on 2016-03-19 00:07:48 (UTC) (edited)

    Well, I didn't get to listen to that 'discarded' Sweet Nothings audio but, even if it was sadder than the rest, I'd still would've love it. Sometimes, I can relate better to sadness. I'm a melancholic person, so I can really see the beauty in sadness, whatever that means.

    I promise I'll listen to this when I have some time to spare. One of my favourite audios from you is the one where you are gorgeous and proud Irish goddess who demands pleasure. Hearing some words in Irish once again will be delightful. I'm really looking forward to it.

    I have a strange kink for red headed women. And, I'd I'm not mistaken, most of them come from Ireland. So I hope you don't mind that, for once, I'm picturing you as my Irish goddess. With eyes as deep as the ocean and luscious red hair that glows like fire. Embracing me between her soft arms and whispering sweet words of love to me... *swoon* If only...

    Thank you Eve. For everything.

    • A Eve on 2016-03-19 20:20:43 (UTC)

      Thank you! I can send you the original if you like, just email me.