Although not a great fan of Dylan Thomas, as I was in the area I decided I should go and experience the famous building in which this poet worked.
I parked the car in the square and firstly went for fish and chips in the shop near the car, then i walked up the hill and saw what in anyones estimation was an old shed. I carefully entered and it was if time had stood still, there was the interior exactly as the great man had left it.
I sat down and looked out of the window across the bay and found i was transfixed, somehow I understood how this quiet place could stimulate his mind.
There i was a man who wasnt a fan suddenly composing poetry, amazing.
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