A Calender Dated 1993.

by Mike Jones
(Bethesda)

Sut Mai Wil,


I just popped in to see my Mam and Dad only to find that my Dad had picked up a calender in a car boot sale this morning: 'Yr Arwydd' going back to 1993 with a picture of Washi Bach on the cover and a nice verse writen about him in Welsh that reads:

"WASHI BACH"


O'i gopa i'w odra'n grwydryn - mewn cotiau
Yn haenau fel nionyn;
Byw'n ddi- rent, bwgan plentyn,
Yn destyn gwawd, tlawd di- lun.

Richard Jones.


I will add a picture of the calender later on.

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His spirit is evoked...
by: Gordon

What an amazing discovery?

The question intensifies, Just who are we really dealing with here. The mystery, tragedy of 'Washi Bach' evolves into the realm of legend.

The passionate grounds are set, he is far from forgotten and his name now pervades a global media. What would Dickens say...?

Gordon

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