Hên brocer bach gloew fy nain
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Welsh folk song
A child visited his grandmother and was attracted by the shiny poker in the fireplace. When he played with the other children he used it as a drum-major's baton. Later, when grandmother had passed away and her possessions scattered, his only keepsake was the shining poker.
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