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('I I R '1: Sergeant Ivor Rees, V. C Ù.4 t) .¡.t..Ii à..s — t In the soldier's glad home-coming, Let no brother's heart be dumb; Set your Union Jack a-climbing, And your merry joybells chiming, Shout in mighty chorus—"Come See the hero, young and winsome, Add new lustre to your town; Weave your festal threads of welcome, Hail his deed with voices gladsome, Claim his valour as your own His the deed that lives in story, And which sheds its light afar; Sing his praise from housetops hoary, For his stand for Britain's glory Makes us proud we Britons are. Unafraid, in Death's encounter, Earning there an honoured name Filled with Cymric will to conquer, Forth he strode in righteous anger, Putting Prussian hordes to shame Hail with pride his deed of valour, Count it w orthy to relate; Men who wi n through battle's clamour. Theirs are deeds which live in splendour, And wnieh make England great May tl> distant hills re-echo V> itli your madrigals of glee; Let no heart be foiin-d at zero With the coming of the Hero, Crowne d with England's own Y.C Make your streets alive i l11 :_illgilg:J- Through TheEl let the soldier ride: Set your scattered church-bells ringing. In a hoiaage loud, and swinging To the tune oi native jnide. See him, where the plains are gory, Crown our dear Llaneily's name Ours shall be to weave his story With the grecnlit flow'rs of glory.—- His, the Cross of deathless fame Llanelly. G. E. Yviiliams.

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