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SUGGESTIONS I I

THE "Q." I

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THE "Q." The "Q" poem published below is I by the greatest wit of the Welsh pul- pit has known since Kilsby. The lines wero recited the other night in the the Swansea. district, and a correspon- j dent who witnessed the effect confesses he has never seen a crowd moved into more robust laughter. If every village penny-readin g or eisteddfod placed on their list the "Q" song, which has dis- covered the true humour of the queues we can imagine the months ahead re- lieved of their weariness by a health- ier feeling than growsing. HELBUL Y BWYD. \Vel! dyma, helbul newydd, Q Q Q; Rhyw gwt yn nghwt tragywydd, Q Q Q; be'r byd fel iar a chywion, Yn disgwyl am y briwsion, 0 law'r "Controller" tirion. Q Q Q I. Mae eisieu cig i gino, Q Q Q; A rhywbeth i de eto, Q Q .9; lie' 'nnwn i, bobl annwyl! Ond dal ymlaen i ddisgwyl Nes deJo'r byd i well-hwyl, Q Q Q. J£ae'r tad yn golchi'r ilestri, Q Q Q; A'r plant yn gwisgo'r babi Q Q fi; Y fam aeth gyda'r wawrddydd, [ am y bwydvdd Ganolddydd hyd yr hwyrddvdd— Q Q 9. Daw dydd ar ol y rhyfel, Q Q Q: Y byd Yn eitha' tawel, Q Q Q; Daw at fy nrws y "grocer," Y llaethwr, gyda'r "butcher"— Holl giwa-id deulu'r "order" Q Q Q!

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