On 21st of October 1966 a tip of coal slurry slid
Into the village of Aberfan and 144 people were
Of these 116 were children who were buried
Beneath their school Pantglas Junior School.
They lie so close together now
Out there on the quiet hill
While the valley is weeping in the mist
For the mountains dreadful toll.
Their trusting eyes are closed now
Crushed by the indifference of men
And their still hearts burst with pity
For those that stand and mourn.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem