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Mor Hafren

November 6, 2016

Poems and thoughts from the walking poet


I decided to walk from Penarth Head to Lavernock Point. I know Penarth well I lived there before I moved up to the beautiful Rhymney Valley. My mother’s family originate from Penarth.

The weather was deliciously cold I do enjoy walking in cold weather. I am also recovering from a chest infection so not feeling my best. Lots of dog walkers and runners. I looked across Severn Estuary to Ynys Echni (Flat Holme) Steep Holme and Breen Down. I have been on both islands and walked the top of Breen Down. Mor Hafren is the longest river in Britain and many watered arteries enter there. The Wye, Usk, Avon, Ely, Rhymney, Sirhowy and Taff.


Tunnel of delight and a flock of Long tailed tits flew past me what a wonderful sight. In the distance the bells of St Augustus church pealed out. When I lived in Penarth my flat was down the lane…

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