A Man Dancing With The Fairies For Three Days





Y mae chwedl go debyg am le o'r enw Llyn-y-Ffynonau. Yr oedd yno rasio

a dawnsio, a thelynio a ffidlo enbydus, a gwas o Gelli Ffrydau a'i ddau

gi yn eu canol yn neidio ac yn prancio mor sionc a neb. Buont wrthi hi

felly am dridiau a theirnos, yn ddi-dor-derfyn; ac oni bai bod ryw wr

cyfarwydd yn byw heb fod yn neppell, ac i hwnw gael gwybod pa sut yr oedd

pethau yn myned yn mlaen, y mae'n ddiddadl y buasai i'r creadur gwirion

ddawnsio 'i hun i farwolaeth. Ond gwaredwyd of y tro hwn. This in

English is as follows:--



There is a tale somewhat like the preceding one told in connection with

a place called Llyn-y-Ffynonau. There was there racing and dancing, and

harping and furious fiddling, and the servant man of Gelli Ffrydau with

his two dogs in their midst jumping and dancing like mad. There they

were for three days and three nights without a break dancing as if for

very life, and were it not that there lived near by a conjuror, who knew

how things were going on, without a doubt the poor creature would have

danced himself to death. But he was spared this time.



The next tale I received from Mr. David Lloyd, schoolmaster,

Llanfihangel-Glyn-Myfyr, and he heard it in that parish.





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