Wednesday, 15 July 2015

The Edge of the World

The edge of the world was marked by the sea on once side and the mountains on the other. Just below the hills, on the old turnpike road, lay Tre-Taliesin, supposedly the home of Taliesin, in legend the greatest bard that Wales has ever know. Tre-Taliesin was a tiny village – most of the cottages were 19th century miner’s dwellings. But, even if it was named by some 18th century cleric, somehow the location seemed right, and there was originally a cottage there called the house of the bard. …

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