The ruined, twelfth century limestone chapel
is Grade II Listed and the land owned
by the Welsh Assembly otherwise
it would have been converted into
somebody’s desirable holiday home
with views south through the empty windows
to woods and north down the moor’s sheep-cropped slope
across the sweeping, wind-surfing bay.
Who built the original chapel –
and the small side chapel with a vault
in the sixteenth century – or for what
specific purpose no one now knows.