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“...Time held me green and dying Though I sang in my chains like the sea.” ― Dylan Thomas, Fern Hill


Dylan Thomas the poet Laureate of England during WWII. He restructured the formating to poetry in an intellectual twist.

from the Guardian

National Poetry Day as it happened

The Prince of Wales having tea in the living room of the birthplace of Dylan Thomas in Swansea. Prince Charles recorded Fern Hill by the Welsh writer to mark National Poetry Day.

from BBC News

Dylan Thomas coin to mark 100 years since his birth

Dylan's name, meaning "son of the waves", is reflected in the design of the coin, which the Royal Mint say suits his tempestuous character. "The waves of Dylan's hair reflect the waves of Dylan's name and of water - Ferns frame the coin, recalling Dylan Thomas' well-known poem Fern Hill, as well as the Welsh landscape that inspired him.

from Etsy

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To begin, at the beginning...” ― Dylan Thomas, Under Milk Wood Welsh poet and writer Dylan Thomas was born on the 27 October 1914.