This was probably written about 1613, as a reply to Aodh Ó Domhnaill. He was either the young son of Rudhraighe, who was the brother of Aodh Ruadh, or the son of Cathbharr. Either way, the boy was living in exile after the Flight of the Earls.
Ionmhuin sgríbhionn sgaoiltear sunn,
Dá mairdís a bhfaca féin
An oidhche tánuig tar tuinn,
Aodh Ó Domhnaill -- gá dám dhó?
Dear little one, a piece of loose-tongued writing here
If I myself remain to see
The evening's end toward the wave --
Aodh O'Donnell -- what ails us?
* Gaoidhiol Guirt ríghNéill/the Gael-field of King Niall: presumably, Ireland. King Niall is probably Niall of the Nine Hostages.