12Ni Dhomhnaill, Nuala. "Traveling in Style : SURVIVAL OF THE IRISH : On Ireland's Dingle Peninsula, the Landscape and the Language Are Revered, And You'll Hear More Poetry Than Can Be Found in Most Books" Featured Articles From The Los Angeles Times. 05 Mar. 1995. Web. 23 June 2011. <http://articles.latimes.com/1995-03-05/magazine/tm-39910_1_dingle-peninsula>.
The author is an Irish-language poet and author of the collection The Astrakhan Cloak, with English translation by Paul Muldoon. A long poem in that volumn is entitled "The Voyage." Part 8 of that poem, "The Testimony of the People of Dunquin," contains a verse that echoes the theme of Mór's loss of her children:

'...There was a man and his wife living in this vicinity
one time who had two children, a boy and a girl.
The mother died and the father
and son would be out fishing every day
while the girl kept house.
They came home one day and there was no sign of her.
She'd disappeared without trace.
Years later they were out fishing
when a mist fell on them and once it cleared
they came upon an island where nothing had been before.
There was the daughter, who welcomed them warmly.'

'She came home with them, but?'

'I don't think so. She had to stay put.'

Ní Dhomhnaill, Nuala, and Paul Muldoon. The Astrakhan Cloak. Winston-Salem, NC: Wake Forest UP, 1993. 89.