Here is the verse --
Ni fo airmirt ind airle
do na hocaib a tuibe (?)
Conall ro bidh Aed Slane
Aed Slane ro bid Suibne.
4 lines of 7 syllables each
'fo' is smudged, with the 'o' written above the horizontal line of the 'f'
the second 'r' in 'airmirt' is a light cross written below the second 'i'
DIL A 224.7 quotes the first line.
A parallel text is quoted at DIL A 229.33 "ni bu airmirt ind airle / do ócaib Tuaithe Tu(i)rbe"
'a tuibe' is smudged and has something strange above 'ibe'. It looks like an 'l' or 'i' and a
thinner line pointing to the 'i' in 'tuibe'
Reviewing the rules in David Stifter's book, it looks to me that 'tuibe' and Suibne' rhyme.
airmirt and airle alliterate.
Comments welcome, Liz