Introductory Welsh Lecture 4 Notes - XCII Gueleys y dull o bentir a doyn Aberthach coelcerth a emdygyn Gueleys y deu oc eu tre re ry gwydyn O eir

Introductory Welsh Lecture 4 Notes - XCII Gueleys y...

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XCII. Gueleys y dull o bentir a doyn Aberthach coelcerth a emdygyn Gueleys y deu oc eu tre re ry gwydyn O eir nwython ry godessyn Gueleys y wyr tylluawr gan waur a doyn A phen dyuynwal vrych brein ae knoyn XCIII. Gododin gomynnaf oth blegyt Yg gwyd cant en aryal en emwyt A guarchan mab dwywei da wrhyt Poet yno en vn tyno treissyt Er pan want maws mor trin Er pan aeth daear ar aneirin Mi neut ysgaras nat a gododin XCIV. Llech llefdir aryf gardith tith ragon Tec ware rac gododin ystre anhon Ry duc diwyll o win bebyll ar lles tymyr Tymor tymestyl tra merin llestyr Tra merin llu llu meithlyon Kein gadrawt rwyd rac riallu O dindywyt en dyuuwyt yn dyvuu Ysgwyt rugyn rac doleu trin tal vriw vu XCV. Dihenyd y bop llaur llanwet Y haual amhal afneuet Twll tal y rodauc Cas o hir gwychauc Rywynyauc diffret Eil with gwelydeint amallet Y gat veirch ae seirch greulet Bit en anysgoget bit get Uoron gwychyrolyon pan ry godet Trwm en trin a llain yt ladei Gwaro rybud o gat dydygei Gant can yg calan darmerthei Ef gwenit a dan vab uruei Ef gwenit a dan dwrch trahauc Un riein a morwyn a menauc A chan oed mab brenhin teithiaug Ud gwyndyt gwaet kilyd gwaredawc Kyn golo gweryt ar grud hael etvynt Doeth dygyrchet y get ae glot ae echiauc Uot bed gorthyn hir o orthir rywynauc XCVI. Am drynnv drylav drylen Am lwys am diffwys dywarchen Trihuc baruaut dreis dili plec hen Atguuc emorem ae guiau hem Hancai ureuer uragdenn At gwyr a gwydyl a phrydein At gu kelein rein rud guen Deheuec gwenauwy mab gwen XCVII. Am giniav drylav drylen Trym dwys tra diffwys dywarchen Kemp e lumen arwr baruawt asgell Vreith edrych eidyn a breithell
Goruchyd y lav loften Ar gynt a gwydyl a phryden A chynhyo mwng bleid heb pren Eny law gnavt gwychlaut ene lenn Prytwyf ny bei marw morem Deheuec gwenabwy mab gwen THE GODODIN. I. He was a man in mind, in years a youth, [79a] And gallant in the din of war; Fleet, thick-maned chargers [79b] Were ridden [79c] by the illustrious hero; A shield, light and broad, Hung on the flank of his swift and slender steed; His sword was blue and gleaming, His spurs were of gold, [80a] his raiment was woollen. [80b] It will not be my part To speak of thee reproachfully, A more choice act of mine will be To celebrate thy praise in song; Thou hast gone to a bloody bier, Sooner than to a nuptial feast; [80c] Thou hast become a meal for ravens, Ere thou didst reach the front of conflict. [80d] Alas, Owain! my beloved friend; It is not meet that he should be devoured by ravens! [81a] There is swelling sorrow [82a] in the plain, Where fell in death the only son of Marro. II. Adorned with his wreath, leader of rustic warriors, [82b] whenever he came By his troop unattended, [83a] before maidens would he serve the mead; But the front of his shield would be pierced, [83b] if ever he heard The shout of war; no quarter would he give to those whom he pursued; Nor would he retreat from the combat until blood flowed; And he cut down like rushes [83c] the men who would not yield.

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