The Poetry of Wales
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The Poetry of Wales

By John Jenkins
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  • The Poetry of Wales, by John Jenkins
  • THE POETRY OF WALES.
    • PREFACE.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • PART I.  THE SUBLIME.
      • SNOWDON.
      • THE DAY OF JUDGMENT.
      • THE IMMOVABLE COVENANT.
      • AN ODE TO THE THUNDER.
      • THE DELUGE.
      • THE SHIPWRECK.
    • SNOWDON.
    • THE DAY OF JUDGMENT.
    • THE IMMOVABLE COVENANT.
    • AN ODE TO THE THUNDER.
    • THE DELUGE.
    • THE SHIPWRECK.
    • PART II.  THE BEAUTIFUL.
      • AN ADDRESS TO THE SUMMER.
      • SONG TO ARVON.
      • TO THE SPRING.
      • TO THE NIGHTINGALE.
      • THE FLOWERS OF SPRING.
      • TO MAY
      • THE DAWN.
      • TO THE DAISY.
      • THE LILY AND THE ROSE.
      • THE CIRCLING OF THE MEAD HORNS.
      • DAFYDD AP GWILYM TO THE WHITE GULL.
      • TO THE LARK.
      • DAFYDD AP GWILYM’S INVOCATION TO THE SUMMER TO VISIT GLAMORGANSHIRE,
      • A BRIDAL SONG.
      • THE LEGEND OF TRWST LLYWELYN.
      • THE GOLDEN GOBLET,
      • THE SICK MAN’S DREAM.
      • THE FAIRY’S SONG.
      • WALTER SELE.
    • AN ADDRESS TO THE SUMMER.
    • SONG TO ARVON.
    • TO THE SPRING.
    • TO THE NIGHTINGALE.
    • THE FLOWERS OF SPRING.
    • TO MAY
    • THE DAWN.
    • TO THE DAISY.
    • THE LILY AND THE ROSE.
    • THE CIRCLING OF THE MEAD HORNS.
    • DAFYDD AP GWILYM TO THE WHITE GULL.
    • TO THE LARK.
    • DAFYDD AP GWILYM’S INVOCATION TO THE SUMMER TO VISIT GLAMORGANSHIRE,
    • A BRIDAL SONG.
    • THE LEGEND OF TRWST LLYWELYN.
    • THE GOLDEN GOBLET,
    • THE SICK MAN’S DREAM.
    • THE FAIRY’S SONG.
    • WALTER SELE.
    • PART III.  THE PATRIOTIC.
      • MY FATHER-LAND.
      • MY NATIVE LAND.
      • ODE TO CAMBRIA.
      • AN ODE ON THE DEATH OF HOEL.
      • THE DEATH OF OWAIN.
      • RODERIC’S LAMENT.
      • THE BATTLE OF GWENYSTRAD.
      • TALIESIN’S PROPHECY. {86}
      • THE MONARCHY OF BRITAIN. {87c}
      • FAREWELL TO WALES.
      • THE CASTLES OF WALES.
      • THE EISTEDDFOD,
      • LLYWARCH HEN’S LAMENT ON CYNDDYLAN.
      • THE LAMENT OP LLYWARCH HEN.
      • THE HALL OF CYNDDYLAN.
      • THE GRAVE OF KING ARTHUR. {94a}
      • THE VENGEANCE OF OWAIN. {96}
    • MY FATHER-LAND.
    • MY NATIVE LAND.
    • ODE TO CAMBRIA.
    • AN ODE ON THE DEATH OF HOEL.
    • THE DEATH OF OWAIN.
    • RODERIC’S LAMENT.
    • THE BATTLE OF GWENYSTRAD.
    • TALIESIN’S PROPHECY. {86}
    • THE MONARCHY OF BRITAIN. {87c}
    • FAREWELL TO WALES.
    • THE CASTLES OF WALES.
    • THE EISTEDDFOD,
    • LLYWARCH HEN’S LAMENT ON CYNDDYLAN.
    • THE LAMENT OP LLYWARCH HEN.
    • THE HALL OF CYNDDYLAN.
    • THE GRAVE OF KING ARTHUR. {94a}
    • THE VENGEANCE OF OWAIN. {96}
    • PART IV.  THE HUMOROUS.
      • OLD MORGAN AND HIS WIFE.
      • SONG OF THE FOSTER-SON, LOVE.
      • PENNILLION.
      • TRIBANAU.
    • OLD MORGAN AND HIS WIFE.
    • SONG OF THE FOSTER-SON, LOVE.
    • PENNILLION.
    • TRIBANAU.
    • PART V.  THE SENTIMENTAL.
      • THE ROSE OF LLAN MEILEN.
      • MY NATIVE COT.
      • UNDER THE ORCHARD TREE.
      • THE BANKS OF THE DEE.
      • GWILYM GLYN AND RUTH OF DYFFRYN.
      • THE LORD OF CLAS.
      • THE ROSE OF THE GLEN.
      • THE MOUNTAIN GALLOWAY.
      • GLAN GEIRIONYDD.
      • THE MOTHER TO HER CHILD AFTER ITS FATHER’S DEATH.
      • WOMAN.
      • THE FAITHFUL MAIDEN.
      • THE EWE.
      • THE SONG OF THE FISHERMAN’S WIFE.
      • THE WITHERED LEAF.
      • SAD DIED THE MAIDEN.
      • THE WORLD AND THE SEA: A COMPARISON.
      • THE POOR MAN’S GRAVE.
      • THE BARD’S LONG-TRIED AFFECTION FOR MORFYDD.
      • THE GROVE OF BROOM.
      • ADDRESS TO A BIRCH TREE,
      • THE HOLLY GROVE.
      • THE SWAN.
      • MAY AND NOVEMBER.
      • THE CUCKOO’S TALE.
      • DAFYDD AP GWILYM’S ADDRESS TO MORFYDD AFTER SHE MARRIED HIS RIVAL.
    • THE ROSE OF LLAN MEILEN.
    • MY NATIVE COT.
    • UNDER THE ORCHARD TREE.
    • THE BANKS OF THE DEE.
    • GWILYM GLYN AND RUTH OF DYFFRYN.
    • THE LORD OF CLAS.
    • THE ROSE OF THE GLEN.
    • THE MOUNTAIN GALLOWAY.
    • GLAN GEIRIONYDD.
    • THE MOTHER TO HER CHILD AFTER ITS FATHER’S DEATH.
    • WOMAN.
    • THE FAITHFUL MAIDEN.
    • THE EWE.
    • THE SONG OF THE FISHERMAN’S WIFE.
    • THE WITHERED LEAF.
    • SAD DIED THE MAIDEN.
    • THE WORLD AND THE SEA: A COMPARISON.
    • THE POOR MAN’S GRAVE.
    • THE BARD’S LONG-TRIED AFFECTION FOR MORFYDD.
    • THE GROVE OF BROOM.
    • ADDRESS TO A BIRCH TREE,
    • THE HOLLY GROVE.
    • THE SWAN.
    • MAY AND NOVEMBER.
    • THE CUCKOO’S TALE.
    • DAFYDD AP GWILYM’S ADDRESS TO MORFYDD AFTER SHE MARRIED HIS RIVAL.
    • PART VI.  THE RELIGIOUS.
      • FROM THE HYMNS OF THE REV.  WILLIAM WILLIAMS, PANTYCELYN.
      • TRANSLATIONS FROM MISCELLANEOUS WELSH HYMNS.
      • THE FARMER’S PRAYER.
      • THE PRAISE AND COMMENDATION OF A GOOD WOMAN.
      • TWENTY THIRD PSALM.
      • SHORT IS THE LIFE OF MAN.
      • CONCERNING THE DIVINE PROVIDENCE.
    • FROM THE HYMNS OF THE REV.  WILLIAM WILLIAMS, PANTYCELYN.
    • TRANSLATIONS FROM MISCELLANEOUS WELSH HYMNS.
    • THE FARMER’S PRAYER.
    • THE PRAISE AND COMMENDATION OF A GOOD WOMAN.
    • TWENTY THIRD PSALM.
    • SHORT IS THE LIFE OF MAN.
    • CONCERNING THE DIVINE PROVIDENCE.
    • Footnotes:
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