Gwynn's Guest

A Welsh poem in tawddgyrch cadwynog metre written originally for a ritual dedicated to Gwynn app Nudd, the Welsh king of the fairies and leader of the Wild Hunt. The poem is inspired the story of St Collen who encounters Gwynn atop Glastonbury Tor (though this version is told from the King's viewpoint and not the saint's).
The recording is a small thank-you to Lorna Smithers for her help in publicising this blog and (as a result) my books. My throat is still a bit ropey, so I may well re-record this later when I'm feeling healthier.


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