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Celtic - Spoils of Annwn - 03

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013892

Type of Spiritual Experience

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Preiddeu Annwn: The Spoils of Annwn

by: Sarah Higley (Translator) from: The Camelot Project  2007 [The following is the text (and translation) of a poem taken from the fourteenth-century Llyfr Taliesin]
 

III  

23. Neut wyf glot geinmyn
      kerd glywanawr.
23. I am honored in praise;
      song is heard
24. ygkaer pedryfan
     ynys pybyrdor
24. in the Fortress of Four-Peaks,
      isle of the strong door.
25. echwyd amuchyd
     kymyscetor
25. Flowing water and jet
     are mingled.
26. gwin gloyw eugwirawt
     rac eu gorgord.
26. Sparkling wine their liquor
    before their retinue.
27. Tri lloneit prytwen
     yd aetham ni ar vor.
27. Three fullnesses of Prydwen
    we went on the sea.
28. namyn seith
    ny dyrreith
     ogaer rigor.
28. Except seven none rose up
    from the Fortress of Hardness.

 

 

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