Llewelyn and Gelert
Llewelyn saw his child's overturned cradle and the bloodstained floors. He worriedly called for his child, but received no reply. He then jumped to the conclusion that Gelert had killed his child, and killed Gelert in anger and haste.
As Gelert whimpered in pain and let out his last howl, his child made a noise, finally waking up. Gelert was relieved, and searched through the room to find his child. Oh, how comforted he was, realising that his child was safe.
Llewelyn finds a great wolf, torn and dead beside the couch. he then realises that Gelert had slain the wolf to protect his child.
Llewelyn grieves over the loss of his favourite hound, Gelert. He regrets killing Gelert impulsively, and he says that he will never forget Gelert.
Llewelyn creates a grand tomb for Gelert, adorned with beautiful carvings. He creates marbles etched with stories of Gelert's bravery in memory of him. All the men who passed by felt so touched by the story.
Llewelyn hung his horn and spear on Gelert's grave, being unable to continue hunting after facing the fact that he had killed Gelert and would never be able to forgive himself for doing that- he continues to hear Gelert's dying yells.
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