Postcard from Dylan Thomas

Dylan lived in Laugharne in Camarthanshire where we have been staying for the last week. It is thought to be his Llareggub from his Under Milk Wood .

“Outside, the sun springs down on the rough and tumbling
town. It runs through the hedges of Goosegog Lane, cuffing
the birds to sing. Spring whips green down Cockle Row, and
the shells ring out. Llaregyb this snip of a morning is
wildfruit and warm, the streets, fields, sands and waters
springing in the young sun.”

Here are some pictures of his writing shed, boathouse and Seaview House which despite its grand appearance is empty and lost looking .

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