“I heard you went to Ireland.I haven't seen it in many years. Is it still green then, and beautiful? Wet as a bath sponge and mud to the knees but, aye, it was green enough.” ― Diana Gabaldon, The Scottish Prisoner. I WILL go to Ireland.
A tattoo written in Ogham, the Celtic tree alphabet, which was used to write Old Irish. In Old Irish this says “gaol buan” which, when translated, says “unfailing love”. You read it from bottom to top and each set of lines is a letter.