Dy adlewyrchiad yn y drych Yw fy ngherdd frafaf Ond brysia, mae e ‘n treulio Fy « rw i ‘n dy garu di » olaf ydy ef.
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Translated into Welsh by Rónán

Welsh love poem

Dy adlewyrchiad yn y drych

Yw fy ngherdd frafaf

Ond brysia, mae e ‘n treulio

Fy « rw i ‘n dy garu di » olaf ydy ef.

Dy adlewyrchiad yn y drych

Yw fy ngherdd frafaf

Ond brysia, mae e ‘n treulio

Fy « rw i ‘n dy garu di » olaf ydy ef.

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Women of Wales

Welsh love poem for all women of Wales. The Welsh (Cymraeg, gymraeg) is one of the British languages, it count 700,000 speakers. I would that "la Glace" with its 4 small entangled lines, returns to the Welsh women, all the love which is in their lovely faces.

Welsh literature

Welsh is a survival of the Celtic language spoken in Britain before the Roman occupation. It remained in the mountainous regions, resistant to Anglo-Saxon invasions. Welsh literature begins after the departure of the Romans, and the bards sing the exploits against the Picts, the Scots, and the Saxons, the epic poem of Gododdin is attributed to the bard Aneirin. The works of these early poets are on manuscripts written in the 12-13th century. It is in the Welsh saga that the figure of King Arthur appears. These Welsh bards were official poets at court and formed a caste. This poetry goes into decline under Edward I and literary activity takes other forms. The linguistic resurrection of the 18th and romanticism, through authors, will do rediscovey the country, but despite the support of associations Welsh literature is only in survival. The greatest Welsh writers are English-speaking: Herbert, Traherne, Powys, Machen etc.

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