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192
VENTURE, GWEN.
(THE STARS IN HEAVEN ARE BRIGHT.) {MENTRA, GWEN.)
2.
Far better here to bide,
Fairest Gwen, dearest Gwen ! Than tempt the mountain side,
Dearest Gwen ! Their torches wave us thither, Then, arm in arm together, From out the angry weather, Let us venture, venture, Gwen !
2.
O'th flacn mac mynydd maith, Wennaf Wen, Wennaf Wen,
Givcll Hi dorrVtk daith, Wennaf Wen,
Welynfy mraich gan hynny,
Yr awn gan benderfynn,
Fod yn y castell lety;
Da di mentra, mentra Given.
3-What means this marshalled line? Whitest Gwen, brightest Gwen! These men-at-arms are mine,
Brightest Gwen ! Thou Queen of Crogan Castle, Yet I, its Lord, thy vassal ! Now welcome to the wassail,
Welcome, welcome, welcome, Gwen!
3-Fiptau'r castell hwn,
Wennaf Wen, Wennaf Wen, Ti ellifyw mi wn,
Wennaf Wen, Yn wraig yng Nghastell Crogen^ Fw barchu cf a"i bcrchen ; A chymer fi'n y fargen,
Da di mentra, mentra Gwen,
H. 4868,
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