Dylan Thomas
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The Boathouse. Laugharne where Dylan Thomas lived and wrote and produced many poems. Works include the poems "Do not go gentle into that good night" and "And death shall have no dominion" as well as the "the play for voices" Under Milk Wood.

"Over St John's Hill"

Over St John's Hill,
The hawk on fire hangs still;
In a hoisted cloud, at drop of dusk, he pulls to his claws
And gallows, up the rays of his eyes the small birds of the bay
And the shrill child's play

1949 The poem is Dylan Thomas's interpretation of the view from his window over St John's Hill and the Towy estuary

Our greeting cards are 203mm x 152mm in size and printed on 380gsm matt card complete with 150gsm envelopes and wrapped in cellophane. The fine art prints are A3 297mm x 420mm and A4 210mm x 297mm in size and printed on 300gsm paper.

All printing is light fast to prevent fading. Our printers are members of the Woodland Carbon off setting CO2 emissions from production by planting native woodland, here in the UK, through the Woodland Trust and the Woodland Carbon scheme

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