Michael Edwards






Shadowy ridges

clean air and westerly winds

forgotten landscapes.


Grey weathered  mountains

with boundaries protecting

heather clad moorlands.


Magnificent peaks

their dominating presence

in myths and legends.



  • Goldfinch60

    A beautiful place Michael shown to me by your words.


  • orchidee

    Yes, lovely write M.
    Is it like Burlington? (Lord Berle-Ington's estate?).


    ANGELA here - Good Sabbath Uncle Steve - Love Saturday Brian is cooking the brekky - Full Welsh ! Love N Wales especially Snowdonia ! The Carnedds deserted but always a crowd on the Summit of Y Wyddfa (SNOWDEN) enjoying a Pint (There really is a Caff) = and singing Cwm Rhonda Love the Glenits we all need something to smile about in the second UK C19 Spike. Great Cartoon & moving Poem - Thanks for being YOU !

    Blessings & Peace to You & Yours
    Love Angela - Brian - Smokey 💛💛💛

  • The Uneducated O.A.P

    Is Glenit related to a flamingo?

    We were there last year, stunning scenery.didnt see any myths though.
    Nice one.

  • Fay Slimm.

    An inviting description of Welsh beauty no doubt Mike while the Glenit-smile is welcome on this dull Saturday - - and I remember a few of those "shadowy ridges"

  • Unsub


    I think I'm the only MPS member to live here in Gywnedd (happy to stand corrected)

    This place is beautiful & the best thing is we have so many secret places that tourists aren't aware of that during tourist hell, we are still able to enjoy our paradise without the interference.

    Great poem.


  • Trenz Pruca

    Good picture of the beauty of Wales

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