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Roots and Wings (Cyhydedd Fer)

The poetry form used here is the Cyhydedd Fer. It is a Welsh poetry form that is made up of an 8 syllable couplet with an end rhyme. 7 more words


Edward Thomas' Song 3

This is a better representation of Edward Thomas’ war poetry than his delightful “Household Poems”.  It was written in the summer of 1916, less than a year before the death he hastened to the war danger bravely.  143 more words

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Edward Thomas' Household Poems

The Welsh born poet Edward Thomas (1878-1917) made his living writing prose but mid-career, through his friendship with Robert Frost, he decided to give himself to his privately nourished passion, poetry. 578 more words

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Lincoln College Chapel

11 March at 19:30

Lincoln College Chapel
Lincoln College, Turl Street, OX1 3DR Oxford, Oxfordshire

Come and enjoy a rare performance of the crwth, the Welsh bowed lyre. 19 more words

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Dylan Thomas, "Non andar mesto in quella buona notte"

Traduzione di Donald Bathgate e Andrea Sirotti 

Do not go gentle into that good night,
Old age should burn and rave at close of day; 315 more words


Love Glows (Clogyrnach) [Throwback Thursday]

Water lapping against the shore,
Echoes the rhythms in our core.
As lives ebb and flow,
Our true selves will show.
When love glows,
We are more. 76 more words