'I Have a Hen,' said Richards Cefen-gâr...
'I have a hen,' said Richards, Cefen-gâr.
'Oh, no you haven't,' said Morgan, Tŷ Gwyn.
'Oh, yes, indeed,' said Peter, Pen-wern-hir.
'She's flown away,' said Dic, Bron Berllan.
'Where did she find food?' said Leisa, Llwyn Llwyd.
'She's gone to sit on her eggs,' said Tomos, Bryn Coryn.
['Where?' said Tomos, Pen-dre.
'To the fair,' said Tomos, Llidiart Ffair.]
'Where did the eggs hatch?' said Jacob of Cloddie.
'In Tan-bryn,' said Ianto Gwyn.
'How many chicks?' asked Leisa, Troed-rhiw.
'A hen and a cockerel,' said Tomos, Cae Madog.
'Are they strong?' said Morgan, Dôl Ebolion,
'Rather weak,' said Richard Pen-lan.
[WT] It worked well, didn't it. You know who it was? William Jones - he kept a tavern here, in Pontrhydfendigaid, it was William Jones. Yes, it worked well, you know.
William Jones -
Of the Red Lion, and his children live here still.
Where is the Red Lion?
[WT] It's a tavern here in Bont [Pontrhydfendigaid]. He did [live there], but he died years ago. He has a son living in Bont, and a daughter living up towards Tregaron. But they wouldn't know anything about that.
'I have a hen,' said Richards, Cefen-gâr... Now, these people -
Richard, Cefen-gâr, was his father. He lived in Cefen-gâr. Billy Cefen-gâr was his name, you see -Billy, Cefen-gâr. When he was a young lad, he was home on the farm at Cefen-gâr. And then, he made up this rhyme about his father. His father was Richard, Cefen-gâr...
Round about when did he do this, do you think?
Oh, no idea.
Before your -
Before my time, when he was a young man.
In your father's time, was it?
Yes, in my father's time. Yes, in my father's time.