„Even God had a Welsh name:
He spoke to him in the old language“

—  R. S. Thomas, Context: Even God had a Welsh name: He spoke to him in the old language; He was to have a peculiar care For the Welsh people. History showed us He was too big to be nailed to the wall Of a stone chapel, yet still we crammed him Between the boards of a black book. "A Welsh Testament"
R. S. Thomas
1913 - 2000
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